about-us

About us

Paul Harris

Paul HarrisPaul Harris first visited Vietnam in March 2004 and has since returned more than twenty times. One of the things that draws him back to Vietnam is his love affair with Vietnamese modern art, which he started collecting on his very first visit.

Paul Harris also collects Chinese porcelain and paintings and owns The Coldingham Gallery in the Scottish border country, as well as Chinese Art in Scotland and the news/blog site ChineseArt.co.ukBluelogoHe is an accredited art lecturer with the British National Association of Decorative and Fine Art Societies (NADFAS) and the author of several books on art topics. His favourite artists include Van Chien, Vu Duc Toan and Ngo Van Thanh (the first artist he bought back in 2004). Today he has more pictures than wall space and now, in 2014, he is launching this website to make available a selection of pictures which, he believes, represent some of the best of Vietnamese contemporary art of the last ten years.

The Coldingham Gallery

Coldingham Gallery

VietnamArt is based at The Coldingham Gallery in the border region of Scotland but trades internationally. Your main point of contact is with the owner, Paul Harris, at the Gallery.

We accept all major credit cards including Mastercard, Visa and American Express. Payments can also be made by Paypal or international bank transfer.

The Coldingham Gallery
4 High Street
Coldingham
Berwickshire
TD14 5NL
Scotland

Proprietor: Paul Harris (English spoken)
Consultant: Sun Yumei (Mandarin & English)

Mobile:  +44 (0)7717 618400
Telephone:  +44 (0)1890 771840

Click here for email address

Twitter: @chineseartpaul

Directions

Coldingham is a picturesque village, nine miles north of Berwick upon Tweed on the Scottish-English border, and approximately 55 miles from  Edinburgh airport and 68 miles from Newcastle airport. Overseas buyers will be met at the airport of choice. Alternatively, Berwick upon Tweed railway station is on the main line between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh and is served by frequent, fast trains running virtually hourly. International buyers are met either at the airport or the railhead.

If accessing by road, Coldingham is 50 miles from Edinburgh and less than an hour’s drive down the main A1 road. Coming from Edinburgh, take the left hand turn signposted Coldingham. The village is three  miles from the A1. The gallery is in the middle of the High Street, almost next door to the local car park.

Coldingham Gallery in 1900

Our gallery in 1900