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The gallery has many different paintings inspired by the sea and landscape of Harris. Margarita is a friendly artist with a great eye for detail. The journey to and from the gallery is also interesting as it winds through rocky terrain.
Well worth the drive along the beautiful Golden Road to reach this gem of a gallery. Margarita Williams’ watercolours are evocative of the local landscapes and are a great example of local artistic talent. Works are priced fairly and unique to this studio/gallery.
Friendly couple of guys. Excellent customer service. Scones to die for. Fluffy and light. Brilliant view. Car park. Clean loo. Ambiance peaceful. Artwork tasteful classy and meditative. Couldn't fault it in any way. Enjoy.
We stopped by Holmasaig Gallery and were astonished by the number and variety of pictures which Margarita Williams had on display. Ranging from delicate flowers to seascapes to daunting rocks and sea birds in a wide variety of mediums, we were left to browse without...More
We happended upon this little gallery whilst driving around the coastal road on Harris. Margarita welcomed us into her home and told us about her inspiration for her paintings. We bought a wonderful, vibrant watercolour of a cotton grass flower, which now has pride of...More
We were honeymooning in the Hebrides touring in a rented VW camper. We stopped at lots of art galleries along the way. We found Margarita's house on a hill enchanting and we loved that the art was accessible due to the amount if card-prints available....More
Margarita was a great guide tor her gallery. We really loved her work, so much so that we bought a painting!
From the outside it is a very understated gallery, a small house hugging the landscape with amazing views out over the sea. The Harris...More
Margarita Williams was an excellent guide of her gallery which features both her own work and that of friends and relatives trained at both the Glasgow and Edinburgh Schools of art. Like many travellers to a new place I like to check out the local...More