Show Some Love this Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is on its way, and what better way to show someone you care than by giving the gift of art?  

Here at Collier & Dobson we have a huge selection of limited edition prints, original artwork, and sculpture to choose from. 

This selection of limited edition prints by Sam Toft and Gary Walton even include exclusive complimentary greetings cards, making them ideal all-in-one gifts for someone you love this Valentine's Day.

Sam’s artwork is always a popular gift, whether as framed prints, birthday cards and even Sam Toft mugs! Visit our website to buy the gift card and print sets, 'Love You Forever' and 'It's All We Need'. 

Gary Walton's sought after prints are uniquely 'whimsical, romantic and happy' – making them the perfect Valetine's Day gift. Visit our website to buy the gift card and print sets, 'Puppy Love' and 'Love Cats'. 

With the turbulent year we have all just experienced, it is more important than ever to show someone you care. This Valentine's Day, why not extend displays of affection beyond romantic partners, and reach out to friends and relatives. How lovely it would be for someone you haven't been able to see for a while – or perhaps someone who has offered great support - to receive a heartfelt token from the Collier & Dobson collection.

Sam Toft and Joe Ramm both have beautifully sentimental 'rainbow' themed artwork, that could be the ideal way to communicate your love and appreciation.

Find 'The Rainbow' by Joe Ramm and 'And then the Sun Came Out' by Sam Toft on our website.

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