Park West Gallery – Artists of Note

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Founded in 1969, Park West Gallery is one of the world’s largest art dealers. Today, Park West Gallery has locations in Miami, Florida and Southfield, Michigan, as well as aboard cruise ships. The Southfield location hosts a 63,000 square foot gallery with 23 large exhibition areas, each committed to an individual artist or style. Every month brings a new exhibition with its subsequent sale and auction, often with over 1,000 new and original pieces. Outside the museum-style building is a  4 acre sculpture garden.

Along with an extensive, archived collection, Park West Gallery also mounts global and national searches for new artists.

Below are select images of artwork from the Park West Gallery collection. You can see the full online collection and more from each artist in the Discover the Artists page


Autumn, 2000
21” x 17 1/2”

Serigraph in color on wove paper

Before leaving the Soviet Union in 1975 and moving to Los Angeles, Anatole Krasnyansky had already achieved recognition as an important watercolor painter and architect. His “Old World” imagery still remains a part of his artistic output and his experimentation with mediums and materials has allowed him to create his own artistic method, which is independent from traditional watercolor technique.



Dominic Pangborn
Landscape #3, 2007
24” x 24”
Acrylic painting on canvas 

Renowned Asian-American artist Dominic Pangborn draws upon his experiences with exotic locales and foreign cultures to fuel his creative energies.  Pangborn’s artwork ranges from nonrepresentational abstracts to photo-realism, across a number of mediums and techniques.


Arthur the Believer, 2007
21 1/2” x 12 1/2” x 6”

Bronze sculpture with hand-applied patina.

A native Colombian, Nano Lopez uses symbols and objects reminiscent of his homeland in his art, while utilizing an ancient Greek and Roman “Lost Wax” process to cast his sculptures. This extensive method allows Lopez to achieve his complex detailing and ensure a seamless finish.


Art in America (sage), 2008
25 1/2” x 31 1/2”

For more than 25 years, Leslie Lew has been painting in a technique that she calls “Sculpted Oils.”  With thick, sculpturally rich swirls of vivid color, she captures the essence of whatever she depicts, bringing it to life.