Valentine’s Day: The Best Art Gifts Ideas

Gifting art on Valentine’s Day is a unique and thoughtful way to express love and appreciation. Unlike traditional presents, art carries a timeless quality that transcends fleeting trends and captures the essence of emotions.

Valentine’s Day is just a heartbeat away. Maybe you’ve already made reservations for a romantic dinner or planned a secluded getaway in an exotic destination. Maybe you’ve spent weeks trying to figure out what to gift your beloved, only to settle for the usual flower-bouquet-and-box-of-chocolates combo. As delectable and heart-warming as red roses and pralines are, consider adding an extra touch of surprise this year by opting for a gift that is exceptionally unique and will endure beyond the fleeting pleasure of a few bites. Why not make the gift of art?

Gifting art on Valentine’s Day is a unique and thoughtful way to express love and appreciation. Unlike traditional presents, art carries a timeless quality that transcends fleeting trends and captures the essence of emotions. A carefully chosen piece can serve as a lasting reminder of the depth and sincerity of your feelings, creating a memory your sweetheart will cherish forever. 

Besides, gifting art on Valentine’s Day not only communicates love but also creates an enduring connection through the shared enjoyment and contemplation of a beautiful and meaningful piece of artwork. The act of experiencing art together can become a shared passion, fostering a sense of connection and mutual appreciation.

Here we offer you a curated selection of our favorite pieces, which we think will make wonderful gifts for this special day. 

Red is the Color of Passion 

Across cultures, red has come to symbolize love and passion. The fiery hue captures the intensity and warmth of affection, making it a universal language for expressing the most profound and ardent sentiments. Whether in the vibrant petals of a red rose or the bold strokes of an artist’s brush, red transcends linguistic barriers, embodying the essence of love in its most vivid and captivating form. 

Keep the flame burning bright with these striking pieces from our latest collection. Blazing with ardor is Floating Series (N15) by Lebanese abstract painter Corine Fawaz. Warm and velvety is Martine Michaud’s earthy snapshot Translucid Territories: Red. Alive by NYC-based artist Christine Iacobuzio-Donahue bursts with incandescent vigor and Chadwick Arcinue’s Colorscapes: Everything is Art, Red Study 4 is pure carmine pleasure for the senses. 

Corine Gholam Fawaz, Floating Series (N15), acrylic on canvas, 39.5″ x 27.5″
Christine Iacobuzio-Donahue, Alive, 2020, acrylic on cradled wood, 24″ x 24″
Chadwick Arcinue, Colorscapes: Everything is Art, Red Study 4, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 60″ x 48″
Martine Michaud, Translucid Territories: Red, 2011, fine art paper, mounted on aluminum, 54″ x 36″


Our Coups de Foudre

These pieces stole our hearts and we can’t get enough! Join us as we present a handpicked collection of artwork that we’ve fallen head over heels for. Women in Rhythm by Mexican potter Nora Pineda conjures sensuality, by celebrating sacred femininity and goddess energy in clay form. In Jerry Anderson’s Dervish Dance a thousand rose petals converge, with deep hues of fuschia and sensuous gyrations a la Georgia O’Keeffe. Latchezar Boydjiev’s glass sculpture Kiss evokes the delicate outlines of the female body, the perfect prelude for an evening of romantic delight. 

Latchezar Boyadjiev, Kiss, glass, 15″ x 11″
Nora Pineda, Women in Rhythm, 2017, ceramic, 4.5″ x 6″ x 6″


Jerry Anderson, Dervish Dance, 2023, acrylic on canvas, 42″ x 42″


Portable Love Tokens

A Valentine’s gift needn’t be a bold declaration of love. A small thoughtful gesture can be just as tender and intimate. In the realm of love, it’s the intention behind the gift that truly matters, turning a modest offering into a profound expression of affection. Here we have selected our favorite portable gems, the perfect complements to the sentiment you wish to convey. 
At the risk of being too obvious, Sarah Shihnyo Kim’s adorable Blue Heart says it all: My heart smiles a million times over when I look at you. The digital collages of Taka & Megu, a Japanese artist couple working under the pseudonym of Itazula, are sweet expressions of the love they have for each other. Dominque Chammings’ intuitive spiritual downloads radiate cosmic bliss, while Ai-Wen Wu Kratz’s exquisite acrylic paintings are pure visual melodies that are sure to brighten your lover’s special day.

Sarah Shinhyo Kim, Blue Heart, 2022, acrylic on canvas, 36″ x 36″
CHAMM’S, Génétic ‘ TAU, 2023, watercolor & acrylic on canvas, 29″ x 29.5″
Taka & Megu, Feather And Gramophone, 2021, print on paper, 23.5″ x 23.5″
Ai-Wen Wu Kratz, Improvisation, 2018, acrylic on canvas, 17″ x 17″


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