...creating new partition but i can't create new one. How i would add all unlocated space in this situation ?
Why cant you create new partition?
you should create a partition and set partition type as 8e, then initialize that partition as physical volume (pvcreate), and then only you can add it to volume group.
/dev/sda2 14 19581 157179960 8e Linux LVM
/dev/sda3 19582 23497 31455270 8e Linux LVM
/dev/sda4 23498 44384 167774827+ 8e Linux LVM
Do they all belong to same volume group? if yes, then whats the point in creating different partitions for same volume group? you could just create one physical volume and then create many LV from that.
show outputs of pvs, vgs and lvs
Also note that redhat strongly recommends to create single partition that covers whole disk and mark as PV for administrative convenience and to take advantage of striping. if you are using vmware to learn why not add some virtual hdd to it.