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Thursday, August 7, 2008

Park West Gallery

I love art. I really enjoy visiting art museums and going to galleries. I love the feelings that viewing art can elicit. Sometimes these are positive feelings and sometimes they are negative. But it amazes me that there are people in the world who can express themselves so clearly in so many creative ways. And just the fact that a person can take basically a bunch of nothing and turn it into some painting or sculpture or drawing that has the ability to make another person experience emotions and wonder is completely astonishing to me.

I may not be an expert when it comes to art, but I do know what I like when I see it. I recently found the website for America's largest art dealer, Park West Gallery, which is a beautiful 63,000 square foot gallery in Southfield, Michigan. They have an impressive Picasso collection as well as the largest collection of signed Marc Chagall works and many pieces by one of my favorites, Salvador Dali.

They also offer works by living artists as well. By following the link, you can discover more about Richard E. Williams and Park West Gallery, including a link to a You Tube channel that features the Park West Gallery's many artists.

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