The ArtisAnn Gallery, an exciting contemporary art gallery for buying art and viewing exhibitions.

ArtisAnn Gallery opened recently on East Belfast's Bloomfield Avenue with a mission to bring high quality art to everyone. 
ArtisAnn is owned by Ann and Ken Bartley, a married couple who have over twenty years' experience in the art world as artists, collectors and curators. They will be on hand to ensure a warm welcome to their visitor-friendly gallery which features an array of artworks by both emerging and established artists, from painters to sculptors, photographers to collage-makers.
The art gallery covers two floors:  the ground floor is arranged salon style, with the intention of displaying as many amazing art works as possible, all of which are available to buy on the spot.
Upstairs there is the exhibition space, which features a new show every month. All works in the exhibitions are also for sale but cannot be collected/delivered until the exhibition ends.
Deliveries are free within the British Isles.  Artists featured throughout the gallery include:
  • Brian Ballard   
  • Lisa Ballard    
  • Maria Claudino
  • Carol Graham   
  • Terry McAllister  
  • David Fox
  • Noel Murphy  
  • Gary Shaw   
  • Ciaran Harper
  • James MacKeever   
  • Stephen Shaw   
  • Trina Hobson
  • Peter Richards  
  • Larissa Watson   
  • Rachel Lawell
  • Jennifer Trouton   
  • Raymond Watson   
  • Charlie Scott
The gallery is only three minutes' walk from the new C.S. Lewis Square and Visitor Centre, but for drivers, up to two hours free parking is available directly outside ArtisAnn, so there's no reason not to visit. 
ArtisAnn – Art that works for you!
ArtisAnn Gallery
70 Bloomfield Avenue,

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Visit ArtisAnn for exhibitions & the best value in Irish art
  • Free parking for up to two hours right outside our door
  • Get more for your Euro! Buy in Sterling at great rates
  • Gift Vouchers available: Let them choose their own artwork
  • Free Delivery within UK & Ireland for artworks under 10kgs

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