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Sam Toft’s narrative paintings are quirky, fun and beautifully composed. Born in June 1964 Sam’s earliest ambition amongst others was to work in a post office; luckily for art lovers, after inspired tutelage at Liverpool Community College, Sam decided to “give it a go” with her pictures.

Feeling ready to create a new body of work Sam has created an exclusive collection for Collier & Dobson. The sixteen limited edition prints feature Sam’s now infamous characters, “The Mustard’s”, Ernest Hemingway Mustard and his dear lady wife Violet along with their much loved eccentric friends and pets. Using mixed media, pencil, oil pastels, coloured inks and her own idiomatic techniques, Sam depicts a seaside world of faded ice-cream colours where the breeze is always blowing and life is utterly delicious.

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Lost in Music
Lost in Music

admiring the view

Admiring The View

Unofficial hug stop

Unofficial Hug Stop

heading home

Heading Home

The very thought of you

The Very Thought of You

Grooving with Doris
Grooving with Doris

It's a Beautiful Day
It's a Beautiful Day

Christmas Day Walkies
Christmas Day Walkies

 

Home in Time for Tea
Home in Time for Tea

Joining The Dots
Joining The Dots

On the Road Again
On the Road Again


Skipping with Horace and Noris

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