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Ava Gallery - Adam's at Clandeboye

Clandeboye Estate, 495 Belfast Road, Bangor, County Down, BT19 1RN
a room in an art gallery with paintings on the wall

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Welcome to the Ava Gallery – a hidden gem of visual arts in the North Down community. Located in the elegant surroundings of Clandeboye Estate Courtyard, we are open to the public and principally show important Irish art, from the 18th century through to the modern day.

Our exhibitions range from high profile specialist events, where we have drawn exclusively from private collections and feature iconic Irish artwork, to commercial solo and group shows by talented contemporary Irish artists & sculptors.

Run by Adam’s Fine Art Auctioneers, whose Northern Ireland office is located at the gallery, we also hold auction preview exhibitions, showcasing the very best Irish art currently available on the open market.

Regular exhibitors include Jack B Yeats, Paul Henry, William Orpen, Gerard Dillon, Mainie Jellett, William Scott F.E. McWilliam, Martin Mooney & Mark O’Neill among others.

For up to date information on events go to www.adams.ie/clandeboye or contact gallery directly.

Free car parking, toilet facilities, disabled access
Price Band: items over £50
Craft Discipline: Painting, mixed media, printing, photography, sculpture

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  • On site parking

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  • Free (parking charges may apply)

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Entry is free of charge

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* Gallery Opening Hours : Monday – Friday 11:00 - 17:00. During Exhibition times only - check website for exhibition dates.

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Directions from Town:
Directions: Heading from Belfast to Bangor on the dual carriageway, turn right immediately after the main traffic light junction for Newtownards, turning across the central reservation into Clandeboye Estate and follow signs for main car park. The gallery is well sign posted, located adjacent to the car park. Bangor is the nearest train station.

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