Below you can read a few of our client testimonials about the Tony Huggins-Haig Gallery.
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Edwards Clan

1 July, 2016

We were having a wander round Kelso and saw the gallery so peeked in. We were instantly welcomed and made to feel that it would be good to go in. We then proceeded to meander in delight up and down stairs, round corners into different Gallery rooms, at each turn seeing something new to fascinate or amuse us ( Thumper the orange gorilla!) when we wandered into Tony’s gallery, he came down from his studio to chat to us. Such an interesting person. His own art work has helped fund many amazing and worthwhile community projects. I have to say we were most impressed with the hole visit. I would say Don’t walk by…do go in. There really is something for everyone’!

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Carol Jean Tomas and Debbie

1 June, 2016

We popped in for a browse after seeing the ship sculpture and notice board at the rear of the gallery. We had our kids with us aged 6-8 and received a very warm welcome. The proprietor was very friendly and chatty and explained the stories behind various pieces, the kids were given lollipops and a treasure hunt around the gallery. The gallery has some beautiful artworks for sale as you would expect as well as lots of lovely locally made bags, scarves, pens and gift items. Don’t leave Kelso without visiting!

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The Jones Family

1 May, 2016

Wandering around Kelso, in the Scottish Borders, we were drawn to and intrigued by the bow of a ship and a dolphin, cleverly sculptured from scrap metal, next to the ship. On reading the plaque beside the ship, we discovered this was an Art Gallery. We tried the door in the bow of the ship but it was locked, not giving up, we walked through the small lane next to the ship to find the entrance to the gallery. It is a labyrinth of several floors exhibiting a generous, wide variety of contemporary (recognisable, not abstract) artwork, a few sculptures and some locally produced crafts. We were warmly welcomed by both owners who were extremely generous with their time chatting to us, explaining some of the exhibits, sharing their passion for art, their knowledge of the artists and their work, telling us of their current ventures and future plans to help and encourage art in the community (the door in the ship being the entrance for the schoolchildren’ visits), how they started out on their exciting adventure making their dream come true. This is not your usual stuffy pretentious art gallery, it is full of colourful characters in the owners as well as a wide and mixed variety of colour and styles of paintings exhibited. The downstairs area of the gallery is wonderful for children with paintings to capture their imagination (I loved the snowmen). All the paintings in the Gallery are hand picked and owned by the owners because they like and are passionate about each and every painting, their passion is infectious and you feel as if you have been invited into their home to look at and share their paintings. Prices are varied from the affordable to the potential investment, but never at anytime did we feel pressurised to buy. It’s a place for everyone. We had a wonderfully relaxing, enlightening time and yes took a great painting home. We travel far and wide often visiting London Galleries we would highly recommend anyone visiting Kelso to drop in to this amazing gallery gem.

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