A HUSBAND and wife are "thrilled" to be reopening a gallery and showroom in the heart of Salisbury.

After months of the Covid-19 pandemic Gallery 21 is now ready and waiting for visitors in its new location in the Market Square, boasting a selection of fine art pieces.

The site was taken over by husband and wife Trevor and Emma Horswell in 2019, with Trevor bringing around 35 years of art experience into the new premises.

The gallery was reopened by Mayor of Salisbury John Walsh last week, who said he was "very impressed by the layout and the wide variety of stock to suit all pockets".

He added: "It is obvious that Emma and Trevor are bubbling over with ideas on how to further improve the impressive offer of access to over 4,000 original works of art. They look forward to welcoming you to Gallery 21 very soon."

Emma and Trevor said the new 'high street' location "emulates class, like the artwork within", with the new site even including an exhibition space.

The couple said: "There is also a separate Andrei Protsouk gallery within - a dedicated area for this artist alone. We did this for Andrei's ever changing artwork as he is our best selling globally collected artist.

"We are absolutely thrilled with our beautiful new showrooms in the heart of Salisbury."