Los Angeles, CA, November 02, 2017 –(PR.com)– Westfield Auction House has recently acquired two original paintings by Robert Wyland, best known for his peaceful depictions of sea life – more specifically, his 100 life-sized murals of whale tails and offspring. The team at Westfield Auctions chose to feature the Wyland paintings due to both their investment potential and symbolism for the importance of awareness of the ailing health of Earth’s underwater ecosystems. Wyland is also a California-based artist, a state the auction house calls home.
The acquisition of these paintings, which can be viewed on Westfield Auctions’ social media channels or at one of their upcoming live events, follows a pattern of promoting artwork that has a deeper cultural meaning than investment alone. Ronen Varsha, founder of Westfield Auctions, asserts “collectors and families coming to the auction are in essence weaving the narrative of a piece of artwork in their own story. The feeling of carrying on the legacy of a great artist who contributed to our culture only deepens that significance. Robert Wyland’s paintings are not only peaceful in composition but also hold a heavy meaning when it comes to how important the human factor is in the stability of ocean life. By owning one of his works, bidders can be confident in the promise of a great investment and proudly voice their support for our environment.”
Since 1999, Westfield Auctions’ charitable focus has helped them become one of Los Angeles’ most esteemed auction houses. To learn more about how you can attend a live auction near you, visit www.westfieldauctions.com.
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