Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland | Group Exhibition at Gallery 545, Belfast


Contemporary Art of Northern Ireland | Group Exhibition at Gallery 545, Belfast Date/Time
Date(s) - 13/11/2021 - 05/12/2021

Gallery 545 at Blick Studios




Gallery 545 is delighted to present its annual group exhibition featuring and celebrating several accomplished artists based in Northern Ireland. This exhibition showcases a curated selection of diverse original artworks, on display both at the gallery and online.

All the exhibiting artists are represented by Gallery 545, a gallery specialising in contemporary art of Northern Ireland. They are emerging or more established artists who have encountered recognition here and beyond. The variety in the selection reflects the diversity and originality of their practice, as they have created works drawing upon different themes and ideas, using different styles and employing various techniques and materials.

Artworks include stunning paintings, exquisite works on paper, unique sculptures and beautiful mixed media pieces. They can represent atmospheric landscapes inspired by scenery encountered here and around the world, intriguing scenes suggesting stories and histories, or fascinating figures and portraits. They can also be abstract compositions, with delicate or vibrant colours, bold gestural marks or controlled geometric shapes.

Open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays 10.30am-5.30pm & Sundays 1-5.30pm

Opening – Saturday 13 November, 1.30-5.30pm (no booking required)

Exhibition Virtual Tour on Instagram – Sunday 21 November, 12noon

Online at – always open

Visitors will have the opportunity to appreciate and discover the wealth of artistic talent in the region. Those interested in buying art could find a perfect piece at an affordable price for their collection.

Featured artists: Lisa Ballard, Ronan Bowes, Majella Clancy, Alacoque Davey, Ray Duncan, Craig Donald, Karl Hagan, Eamonn Higgins, Trina Hobson, Ashely B Holmes, Janet Keith, Rachel Lawell, Louise Lennon, Aimee Melaugh, Sandra Maze, Rosie McGurran, Noel Murphy, Latisha Reihill, Joel Simon, Katherine St Angelo, Charlie Scott, Jennifer Trouton and Anushiya Sundaralingam.

Artworks can be viewed and purchased at the show or online at For information and enquiries, speak to or contact the Gallery Director & Curator Francesca Biondi / 07960 130414. Francesca will be at the exhibition to welcome visitors and answer their questions.

Visiting the exhibition in person – There will be measures in place because of Covid-19 to keep visitors safe subject to government regulations. For updated measures, visit the exhibition page.

Francesca Biondi commentedI am very pleased to run again a group exhibition featuring all the artists represented by Gallery 545. Our annual group show has become an important event to support and promote accomplished artists based in Northern Ireland and connect them with those interested in contemporary art. The event brings art to art lovers who wish to know more about local artists, discover their works or find beautiful pieces at affordable prices. I hope visitors will enjoy the show and feel inspired by the beautiful artworks on display and the talent of these wonderful artists.

About Gallery 545 – Gallery 545 is an online and pop-up gallery specialising in contemporary art of Northern Ireland and offering a special selection of affordable artworks created by talented artists based here. The gallery celebrates the creativity of emerging and more established artists across the region and supports their practice providing a curated platform where they can showcase and sell their works. Having an online presence, but also exhibitions at its premises and other physical venues, the gallery brings art to a wide range of people with different tastes and budgets who love contemporary art, and makes it easier for them to access, discover and collect art works.

More about Gallery 545, the exhibition, the artists and their artworks at or contact Gallery 545 for more information.

Image: Lisa Ballard, Last Light of Summer, 2021.


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