This weekend you can visit our stand at the Borders Art Fair in Kelso.
16th to 18 th March, 10 to 4 each day. Springwood Park TD5 8LS
Welcome to the online gallery and picture shop of award winning watercolour artist Tina Holley. Tina is known for her meticulous brushwork, for the way she captures the mood of the landscape and the feel of the places she travels. After many years in North Wales she is now absorbed in exploring fresh horizons from her new base in the Scottish Borders.
Tina has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions across the UK and has many regular collectors. From 2004 she had her own gallery at the National Trust’s Bodnant garden in North Wales. Find out more about the collection at Bodnant, where work is available 7 days a week
Tina Holley has an international following having been artist in residence in the Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, and in the Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA, where she also served as a jurist for the Artist in Residence programme. Tina has also had a solo exhibition in the International Museum of Art in El Paso, Texas. Read more about past and upcoming exhibitions
Tina Holley's original watercolours and extensive print range are now available in the recently opened A7 Art Space in Hawick in the Scottish Borders. Find out more by visiting the exhibitions and news page.
You can view the extensive range of Tina Holley's prints by following the links below. These top quality Fine Art giclee prints are produced using pigment inks offering colourfastness of up to 75 years. All work is printed on archival quality paper and produced in the artist's own studio with the highest level of quality control.
Prints can be purchased on-line, or you can get further information by calling 017919 671808. As well as being available from A7 Art Space in the Scottish Borders and Bodnant Craft Centre at Bodnant Garden in North Wales, prints are also available from Y Galeri in Betws y Coed. This March Tina will also be showing at the Borders Art Fair in Kelso.
Please follow the links below to explore the print collections: