Los Gatos, California (PRWEB) January 24, 2015
The Amour d’Art Fine Art Gallery of Los Gatos, California will be holding a massive store closing sale this January 24 – February 10. Fine art lovers should not miss this opportunity to save up to 75% on an unbelievable inventory of the highest quality artwork. There are hundreds of pieces to choose from, so collectors are encouraged to get to the gallery early before they’re gone!
- 216 N. Santa Cruz Ave., Los Gatos, CA 95030
- January 24th through February 10th
- 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- 10-75% off
- Plus a Special One Day Disney Fine Art Sale Event: on January 24th from 11 a.m. to 6p.m., all Disney Fine Art will be 10% off – one day only!
Featured Gallery Artists Include:
Hessam Abrishami, Leonid Afremov, Andrew Atroshenko, Giullaume Azoulay, Howard Behrens, Romero Britto, Jim Buckels, Brian Davis, Joseph Dawley, M&I Garmash, Michael Godard, Tarkay Itzchak, Fanch Ledan, Goli Mahallati, Janelle Marie, Peter Max, Sam Park, Pino, Jose Royo, Sabzi, Shona Sculptures, Stephen Shortridge, George Tsui, Vladimir Volegov, Leonard Wren, Wyland, Cao Yong, All Disney Fine Artists & many more.
For online orders, call first. Owner/Director Carrie Scott is available at 408.605.4900.
Visit http://www.amourdart.com to get a taste of the gallery’s expansive collection of fine art prints and original paintings by these and other esteemed artists.
About Amour d’Art:
Amour d’Art owner and curator Carrie Scott worked in public relations, marketing, and sales for nearly four decades. Throughout the years, whether on vacation, sightseeing, visiting someone or a new place, she found herself purchasing artwork at fine art galleries, shops, and wherever else she found pieces that inspired her. She made a point of researching each artist she collected, studied their inspiration, and whenever possible, met with them to get an in-depth perspective of the energy that fueled their creativity. The gallery is unique for collectors because of the knowledge Ms. Scott brings to the buying experience. Her philosophy about art was, and still is, to purchase what you like. It can give you joy, comfort, and inspiration.