Fine art, unique gifts and custom engraving
Welcome to Two Horse Gallery
Located in the heart of beautiful historic Downtown Huntsville, Ontario at the intersection of Main and Brunel, Two Horse Gallery of Gifts showcases original art, home décor and unique gifts for that hard-to-shop-for person. With our personalized concierge gift shopping service, you’re bound to find the perfect item for any special occasion.
We offer a variety of custom-designed laser engraved items that make wonderful gifts. Monogrammed wallets, keychains, and pens, photo frames styled with your family name, coasters featuring your spirit animal—the possibilities are almost endless.
Come on in and say hi to our warm and friendly team who would be delighted to help you with your shopping experience, either by helping you find that special something, or by adding their artistic flare by personalizing your gifts right in front of your eyes.
Two Horse Gallery was originally located in a renovated barn in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario. The inspiration for the gallery’s name is in honour of our two horses, Fanci and Taquila, who lived with us on our farm for almost twenty years. The gallery opened in December of 2012.
In 2015 the gallery moved to the heart of Huntsville where it shares a space with the popular Christmas Tyme store. The new location allowed for an expanded offering of fine art, pottery, jewellery, photography, home decor, and more.
About the Curator
Anne MacDonald has lived and worked in Muskoka since 1989. Anne’s longtime love of horses and nature led her to fulfil a dream of moving to a farm in 1991. There she developed an interest in the art of gardening and photography, becoming intrigued by the world of macro photography of the plant and insect world in the fields and forests surrounding Two Horse Gallery.
Since launching the gallery in 2013, Anne has become more active in the local arts scene. A supporter of Muskoka Arts & Crafts and a member of the Huntsville Art Society, Anne continues to be amazed by the wealth of talent in the area. This has led her to create programming opportunities that extend beyond the fine arts and into performing arts.