The THH Gallery is situated at 22 Bridge Street, KELSO. The Gallery was established in 2004 in a refurbished townhouse dating back over 400 years, and just of the cobbled square. The Gallery is fastbecoming one of Scotland’s finest independant, contemporaryart galleries. Offering 5 distinct gallery rooms, beautifully laid out to showcase the finest artwork, sculpture and glass from our fantastic artisans who are regional, national and international in their appeal and following.
Dancing Light Gallery is an exciting rural art gallery with changing exhibitions throughout the year where you can find landscape, wildlife and figurative paintings as well as hand-made originalprints and photographs. We also exhibit beautiful sculpture, glass, wood and ceramics and we have a selection of hand-made jewellery on show in silver, gold and other media. Our textile work ranges from scarves to handbags, using some of our finest Scottish wools and fabrics.
EPTAS Arts is dedicated to supporting visual and applied artists by providing an attractive venue for the display and sale of their work. It is run by artists for artists. The gallery is situated justoff the town square in the busy Scottish Borders town of Kelso, on one of the main roads into the town. It benefits from excellent passing trade.
The gallery is housed in the old Hogg & Wood Ltd seed merchants warehouse built in 1801. Over two years the original building was extensively renovated - having stripped the structure back to itsshell, the original early nineteenth century warehouse was opened up again to create a fantastic open space in which to appreciate art with modern spot lighting and hanging systems.
Our gallery and business is based in the beautiful Scottish fishing harbour of Eyemouth just 6 miles north of the border from Berwick-upon-Tweed and is run by professional photographer Kevin O'Brienand his wife Liz. Fineart Images Gallery is one of only a few galleries in Scotland specialising in commercial photography, portraiture and photographic art.
Established in 1998, The Flat Cat Gallery present a changing exhibitions of contemporary art, ceramics, sculptures and jewellery. The workshop of Tim Stead furniture also enhances the art gallery withselected pieces. Artists from around the Scottish Borders and other parts of Scotland and the North of England exhibit frequently - adding to a veritable rich mix of artistic talent.