Give a piece of your ‘art’ this Valentine’s Day

In News by Salutions


Forget flowers, chocolate and perfume this Valentine’s Day…

Step away from the clichés with a thoughtful and unique piece of original artwork. Owner of Hepplestone Fine Art Gallery and regular BBC Radio art expert, Giles Hepplestone said: “Purchasing art is an enjoyable and fulfilling experience, and one you can share with your partner. An artist will pour their heart and soul into their paintings, and what better way to express your own passion than by passing this on to the one you love?”

The true meaning of Valentine’s Day can often be lost to commercialism, with little thought, a last-minute card and a bunch of flowers being the go-to choice for many.
But by purchasing a painting you’ve taken time to consider and fall in love with, this will bring with it years of pleasure, not to mention making it a worthwhile investment.

Giles said: “We have several artists on display in the gallery and Sheree Valentine Daines’ name fits perfectly with the romantic theme. The British artist was recently named Impressionist Artist of the Year and has been commissioned by British Royal Family, making her one of the UK’s foremost and collectable artists, perfect for your very own Valentine.”

With a range of affordable and collectable original paintings, including a collection of original oil paintings from Sherree Valentine Daines, please contact Heplestone Fine Art gallery ahead of Valentine’s Day.

For something different, Hepplestone also stock the ever-popular and collectable Frogman range. Frogman’s 2017 Valentines Day limited edition, entitled “Lookin’ for Love” is available to purchase now in the gallery. Produced just in time for a Valentines Day, “Lookin’ for Love” is from a limited worldwide edition of 500.

To guarantee your collectable and ensure delivery in time for Valentines Day, the Frogman collection is available to order online at Hepplestone Fine Art.

For more information

For more information about Hepplestone Fine Art visit the website or call 01257 451121 to arrange a consultation.

Visit the website