Let us create a pop art portrait of your loved one, wether its for your house or a great gift for birthday or Christmas present we can create a stunning pop art portrait in many different styles fromAndy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein to morecontemporary art styles. Funkpopart is now offering all of our designs as framed prints. Printed onto the highest quality gloss photo paper and framed inside thick 4.5 cm chunky frames these are ready to go on you wall and make a great focal point.
This auction has now ended. Gormley's Art Auctions has been developed to facilitate the number of people now buying and selling Irish art. As people have become more familiar with buying and sellingart on-line, Gormley's have continued to invest heavily in their internet business. We appreciate that customers may wish to re-sell their artwork, either to raise capital or enhance their own collections.
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 artpractice through our Exhibition, Education and Studio Programmes. Platform has a number of studio spaces that are rented to our member artists in order to support their professional development as practicing artists. The main gallery, at roughly 3000 square feet, benefits from a very adaptable framework.
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,and seeks to adopt a poly-vocal strategy towards the promotion of contemporary art practices by large selection of artists and projects from the widest possible range of disciplines.
The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is the development and funding agency for the Arts in Northern Ireland. We distribute public money and National Lottery funds to develop and deliver a wide varietyof arts projects, events and initiatives across Northern Ireland. From theatre and literature to art in the community, we work in partnership with hundreds of artists, arts organisations and venues. Art has the ability to reach across boundaries, inspiring, teaching and bringing people together.
Gormleys Fine Art is one of Ireland's leading art galleries specialising in contemporary painting and sculpture. Founded in 1990 Gormleys have galleries in Dublin, Belfast and Omagh, representing anumber of established and emerging Irish artists. In addition to our gallery exhibition programmes, Gormleys regularly exhibit in London and at various international and national art fairs. We are dedicated to promoting Irish art and committed to the long term development of each of our artists.
We will be table-sharing with Kelti Candles on (usually) alternate weeks at St. George's Market in Belfast throughout 2015. Come along and have a browse through our selection of mounted, ready toframe prints, paintings and greetings cards. Don't forget to enter our Facebook competition HERE to win a conservation mounted A3 fine-art photograph of your choice, worth £50, from our website.
While the majority of our clients are from Northern Ireland we operate throughout Ireland offering frames in a wide range of finishes including Bare Wood Mouldings, Rare Wood, Perspex, Aluminium andmore. Frames can be completed with guiding, anti- reflective glass (including museum glass) or a range of other finishes should you desire.
The Crescent is a diverse community arts centre which has served the population of Belfast and beyond with a wide range of arts and cultural activities for over 30 years. It is housed in an historicfour storey listed building located at 2-4 University Road, built originally in 1873 as what would later become Victoria College.
I was born in Belfast in 1951. In 1978 the success of my first one-man show promped me to turn professional. Several exhibitions followed and I have fond memories of my one-man exhibitions at theMagee Gallery Belfast, which sold out on the opening night. Another successful show in New York established me with a good reputation and in 1989 I was elected a member of the Ulster Watercolour Society.