Welcome to Scotland’s foremost privately owned fine art gallery located in a beautifully restored townhouse in Kelso in the Scottish Borders. The gallery offers its visitors not only the finest collection of modern and contemporary art, crafted by some of the world’s leading artists, but the warmest of welcomes and a relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy the experience.
The THH Gallery has a variety of gifts to suit all budgets and tastes, grab your Christmas gifts before they are gone.
Hand crafted coin rings
Bespoke rings made from a variety of coins including Florins/ Two Shillings/ Half Crowns ten and fifty pence pieces. Carefully hand worked to form unusual double sided rings.
Specific years or different coins may be possible – just ask.
A new year means a new selection of fantastic artworks, brilliant workshops and fabulous events! Sign up to the THH Gallery newsletter for up-to-date information about everything happening this year at THE HOME OF ART!
This year the THH Gallery will be holding painting workshops and masterclasses with our resident artist Tony Huggins-Haig, as well as, guest artists from around the British Isles.
More information will follow, so keep watch for these thrilling events every month!
Since the Tony Huggins-Haig Gallery opened in the historic Scottish Borders town of Kelso in 2004, it has developed links with some of the world’s finest artists and art publishers.
These priceless relationships allow the gallery to source and sell a wide range of original artwork from some of the finest locally, nationally and internationally acclaimed artists working in the modern and contemporary art scene.
This Years Remembrance Day marks 100 Years since the end of the first world war and many of our Artists wanted to do something special in honour of the event. In that spirit the THH Gallery... More »
All proceeds from this painting will go to the Kelso branch of Cancer Research UK. In Touching Distance (Heart and Soul) When you first hear the word ‘Cancer’ it is a moment that changes your... More »