The Bell Art Gallery
The Bell Art Gallery was officially opened in April 2016 by the Lord Mayor of Dublin Críona Ní Dhálaigh during Darndale Belcamp Arts Week 2016.
It is currently the only art gallery on the north side of Dublin, with over 300 pieces of work on exhibition. The gallery is a fantastic addition to the Village Centre and helps to enhance the aesthetic and atmosphere of the Bell Building. All the pieces on exhibition in the gallery have been painted by local artists and a large percentage of our pieces are for sale to anyone who may be interested.
Our collection of works is varied, the gallery does not have a theme, however, we do try to keep consistency within the displays and work submitted for display will need to be approved by the Management prior to being hung. Our collection began a number of years ago and in 2016, it was recommended that we officially launch the space as a public gallery. We now hold over 300 paintings which are all hanging on the walls of The Bell Building, some of our pieces are real conversation starters with first-time visitors to the centre and we believe that having a permanent art display like this is something that sets us apart from other community centre's.
About the Gallery
If you would like to view some of the works in more detail, please drop into us. Alternatively, you can view our online gallery which gives you a taste of what is currently on display in the centre.
About our Artists
All of our artists are local people, living in and around the areas of Dublin 17, Dublin 5, Dublin 9, Dublin 13 and Dublin 3. We also have an art group based in Golden Years Senior Centre, who contribute to our gallery. If you are interested in having some work displayed in our gallery, contact us using the contact form on this website.
Bell Art Gallery Record of Consignment
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in these pieces of art are those of the artist and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any agency or service of Darndale Belcamp Village Centre CLG.