Castlecat Gallery
Born in N.Ireland, I began my painting career in Kinrosshire, Scotland before moving to the west of Ireland to set up my studio and gallery in an old Victorian Glebe house. After a successful one man
EdithMcClellandART
As I worked on this small pastel, I was deeply mindful of the ebb and flow of each wave and, ultimately, the awesome power of the sea. To be able to see into the depths, down through the crystal clear
Mid Antrim Museum
Named after the river that runs through Ballymena, the Braid weaves together history, arts and culture alongside contemporary conference, tourism and civic facilities on a site that has been for
Roe Valley Arts
We provide a dynamic cultural programme of activities throughout the year, including the very best of national and international theatre, music, visual arts and heritage exhibitions, film and engaging
JolieArt
At JolieArt, not only will you find unique handmade items by local artists and craftspeople, but you'll also save 30-70% by purchasing directly from the makers. Via a variety of microshops you'll find
McIlwaine Fine Art
Northern Ireland based Mcilwaine Fine Art Gallery are passionate about original Irish art. On visiting the gallery you will find a friendly welcome and a large selection of paintings by leading Irish
MacHenry Antiques
The IADA is delighted to welcome Sol Art as a new member. Sol art gallery represents and promotes the work of national and international, emerging and mid-career, visual artists. The gallery is
Paul Dennison Fine Art
Paul Dennison has been painting fine art for 30 years. He works in pastel and acrylic and his paintings have been exhibited and sold throughout Northern Ireland. His work includes detailed landscapes,
Belfast Platform For The Arts
Platform is an artist-led studio group and contemporary art gallery based in Belfast's city centre. Our role is to actively promote creative expression, presentation and access to contemporary art
Catalyst Arts Gallery
Catalyst Arts was formed in 1993 in response to what was seen as a cultural vacuum. It is Belfast's primary artist-led organisation. In accordance with its constitution it is run by unpaid volunteers,