Five Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas
3 February, 2017
3 February, 2017
With Valentine’s Day around the corner we thought we would help in suggesting our top five Valentine’s Day gift ideas from Forest Gallery this year. After all, a painting or sculpture can be a lasting present which is often completely unexpected but can be enjoyed for years to come.
Tim Bulmer’s quirky limited edition prints don’t have to break the bank whilst bringing a sense of humour to his pictures that characterises Tim’s work. ‘Retail Therapy’ is a fantastic tongue and cheek representation of a day out shopping which is priced under £100 for the framed print.
Ashley Cordwell’s piece ‘Rendezvous’ reminds us of a romantic getaway in the iconic Citroën 2CV. Ashley’s photographs have a playfulness and innocence which is sure to be appreciated this Valentines Day and at £195 can make the perfect gift.
Scott Bateman never ceases to amaze with his detailed paintings and cute romantic characters. Our original ‘Northern Lights’ is a wonderful example of this artist’s unique naive contemporary style bound to warm anyone’s heart this Valentines Day.
John Haskins manages to transport us in time with his paintings. Evocative, simple and timeless our beautiful collection of figurative work is just 12″ x 12″ – the perfect small painting for your walls.
Suzie Marsh has been well known for her animal sculptures for many years now and because much of her collection is cast in bronze resin they are quite affordable. Whether you are a cat or dog lover or another animal entirely our large collection is available to view online and pieces range upwards from £29.50.
21 March, 2017
These beautiful paintings by Italian artists will transport you to the warmth and magic of Italy. Each artist’s unique captions...SEE FULL ARTICLE
28 January, 2017
Raymond Campbell has long been known as one of the modern masters of still life oil paintings. Instantly recognisable, his...SEE FULL ARTICLE
5 September, 2017
Owning masterpieces worth millions of pounds might be a pipe dream for most but David Henty’s art forgeries could...SEE FULL ARTICLE