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Ross Fine Art Gallery and Craft Boutique
Ramelton, Co. Donegal
Hidden gem
Family friendly
Rainy days
Free car parking
Ross Fine Art Gallery and Craft Boutique in Ramelton, County Donegal, is renowned for its collection of work by emerging and established artists and sculptors. They promote excellence in craft and carry stunning pieces by top ceramic artists and jewellers.

Ross Fine Art Gallery and Craft Boutique has built a reputation for carrying important paintings and sculpture by some of the most established and emerging artists in Ireland and overseas. Artists such as Stephen McKenna, Melita Denaro and Heidi Nguyen hang beside sculpture from Bettina Seitz and Deborah Brown.

Ross Fine Art Gallery and Craft Boutique, in Ramelton, County Donegal, stocks pieces from craft artists both here in Ireland, and further afield. They host the work of leading ceramicists, jewellers and textile artists. The owner carefully curate pieces that cater for the collector, and also for those searching for a beautiful piece to own or to give as a special gift. They are pleased to represent some of the top craft artists in the UK and also show work by Ireland’s leading ceramicists. The work of these talented artists is finding its way into international private and public collections in Europe, India and China. New ceramic artists join the gallery continually.

By adding jewellery to their portfolio, Ross Fine Art Gallery and Craft Boutique offer pieces by prominent designers who want to showcase their talents. Pieces available include items that are fashioned out of gold and silver, as well as beaded and leather statement pieces. The owner stocks bespoke jewellery at affordable prices.

Contact details
The Mall, Ballyboe, Ramelton, Co. Donegal, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 30 minutes to 1 hour here.

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