How to Buy
We hope you can visit us but you can also make a purchase through our website or by telephone. Many items can be posted in the UK and beyond. If you reside outside of the UK please contact us as we will be pleased to give assistance.
Payment can be made with a debit/credit card processed by PayPal, a secure third-party service provider. NB: You do not need a PayPal account to make a purchase. You may set up a PayPal account or check through as 'Guest'. If you reside overseas please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Alternatively, you may prefer to complete the enquiry form; and we will contact you to arrange payment and delivery over the telephone.
You can also arrange a purchase by calling us on 01770 700250. Payment can be made with a debit/credit card. The gallery is open daily from 10am until 5pm.
If you have seen something you like in the gallery and wish you had brought it home with you then please contact us. We are happy to help arrange delivery by post or by specialist courier for larger works of art.
Buying a Gift?
If you are looking for something for a special person and you are just not sure what they would like, then may we suggest an Arran Art Gallery Gift Voucher? This can be for any value and includes a complimentary artist card for your own message or we can write one for you and post it directly to the recipient.
A brief guide to delivery options
For deliveries within the UK we use Royal Mail and Hermes. The cost of delivery includes postage and packaging.
Depending on the dimensions and the weight, artwork can be posted with either by 'First Class Signed For', 'Special Delivery', guaranteed to arrive the next working day (Mon-Fri) if posted by lunchtime; or by 'Parcelforce' which takes 48-hours (Mon-Fri).
You will need to sign for the delivery so you may prefer to give a work or alternative address for delivery. Your artwork will be carefully packaged and fully insured against loss or damage. It is not possible to insure glassworks but we will post an item up to £85 at our own risk (except for framed prints). Anticipated delivery times are given at the time of order but it is not possible to guarantee delivery times.
For deliveries to Europe, we use the Royal Mail Parcelforce (tracked and signed for) service. Typical delivery times are 4-5 workings days.
If you reside in 'Other parts of the World' please contact us for advice on items that may be suitable for posting.
We use a specialist art courier service to delivery artwork anywhere in the UK mainland. The cost of this secure delivery service is £106 (unless you live in a very remote location). Delivery takes approx. 2-3 weeks. Remember that we are based on an island and the weather can sometimes cause disruptions to the ferry service and this can cause a slight delay. However, we strive to provide a timely and efficient delivery service for our clients.
Complimentary Delivery to the Mainland
We also offer a complimentary delivery service to the mainland for collection at one of our framers in Prestwick or Glasgow; or we can meet you off the ferry. This may take 2-3 weeks, depending on logistics but if you catch us at the right time it could be quicker!
Buy and Collect
If you or a friend are due to visit Arran then you may wish to purchase your artwork on the website and collect it from the gallery at a future date. We will package your purchase and keep it safe until your visit.
All goods supplied to European Union Countries do not need a customs declaration. VAT at the UK rate is included, where appropriate in your total invoice. All international packages are accurately described, with costs, on the customs declaration document. Additional charges for customs clearance and import duties must be borne by you as we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they might be. Since customs policies vary from country to country you may be advised to contact your local customs office for further information.
Images: Indian inks by Naomi Rae, Limited edition prints by Ron Lawson; 'Black & White Crunch Posy Vase' by Will Shakspeare Glass; 'Winter Light' by Wendy Kilroe; Oil paintings by Sheila Fowler; 'Tawny Frog Mouth' by Nick Giles; 'Goliath' by Senja Brendon; 'Garden birds' by Dorte Pape; 'Floatsam bowls' by Will Shakspeare.