The gallery’s main aim is to promote the island’s artists to visiting tourists from the British mainland and to all those people all over the world that have an affinity with the beautiful Island of Arran.
In addition to local artists, the gallery exhibits many of Scotland’s well-known artists. We also pride ourselves in the discovery of exciting new talents, especially those artists living on or linked to the Isle of Arran.
Arran Art Gallery holds the largest stock of original art to be found on the island; and possibly the largest in Scotland. If the pieces you wish to view are not actually exhibited on our walls we will be delighted to display them from our extensive stock. At present approximately 80 Scottish artists are represented at our gallery and online. This number will continue to evolve over time, so please remember to keep visiting our website to see the latest works.
Scottish art is being recognised more and more as being outstanding both within and out with the UK. We hope we can help you discover the contemporary artist whose work will enhance your collection or perhaps inspire you to purchase your first piece. Many of our artists are happy to accept a commission. If this is of interest, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are a small friendly team offering a personal service to our clients …
- Nick is our Artist in Residence and owner of Arran Art Gallery; working from his Arran studio in the summer months and migrating to Australia for the winter season where he develops his artistic practice in painting, ceramics and wildlife photography.
- Suzanne is the Gallery Manager, living in Whiting Bay and looking after the gallery all year-round. e. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Lizzie, Esther and Sheila are our very knowledgeable and dedicated Gallery Assistants. If you have a general enquiry please contact us on 01770 700250 or send a message to email@example.com.
Images: ‘Another Catacol Winter’, A limited edition print by Nikki Surridge; ‘Puffin’, a limited edition print by Nick Giles, Display of photographic prints by Andy Surridge.
Artist in Residence &
Owner of Arran Art Gallery