Park West Gallery Launches New Artist Sites

Features Fine Art from Gockel, Kinkade, Le Kinff,
Tarkay and Krasnyansky

Park West Gallery Artists

United States of America (Press Release) April 3, 2009 — Park West Gallery launches new web sites for acclaimed artists Alfred Gockel, Thomas Kinkade, Linda Le Kinff, Anatole Krasnyansky and Itzchak Tarkay. The sites feature information on the artists, virtual galleries of their work, videos of artist interviews and selections from the Park West Collection by each artist.

Through these new sites, Park West Gallery makes these collections viewable worldwide and continues its mission of bringing fine art to people everywhere.

“We have designed these sites as simple, straight-forward profiles of the artists and their works,” said Park West Gallery Director Morris Shapiro. “These new sites complement the Park West Gallery site, and extend the reach of each artist’s imagery worldwide.”

Leveraging the broad reach of the internet, Park West strives to make fine art available to more collectors and lovers of art everywhere. Park West’s other outreach initiatives include donation of artwork to universities, non-profit art auctions, fine art auctions aboard cruise ships and support of youth-based charitable causes.

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One response to “Park West Gallery Launches New Artist Sites

  1. Hi, I am a Contractor here in Ventura ca. I have a Beautiful large Tarkay original water color. 5 women sitting at 2 tables. Very colorful. It is worth between 10,000 and 15,000 dollars. I would like to sell it. It is in mint condition Thanks, Rick Rose

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