The Hambleton Galleries has a long history of providing Original Canadian Art to the Okanagan. The gallery was opened by its namesake, Jack and Lorna Hambleton, in March of 1963. The current owners, Stewart and Tracy Turcotte, have owned the Hambleton since 1999 moving the gallery from a Victorian Heritage house down to the Cultural District of Kelowna on Ellis Street. The beautiful art is showcased by the expanse of the space allowing the art to be the focus of your senses.
The Hambleton represents an extraordinary group of leading Canadian Artists whose works presently grace many national and international private and corporate collections. The gallery carries original paintings, stone sculptures, ceramics and glass works. In addition to our contemporaries, we also specialize in historical Canadian art from acquisition and sales to restoration/conservation and appraisal.
The high standards set by those who have gone before continue to create a venue that captures the imagination of the artists and clients alike.