Crosshill Gallery Host Artist’s Second Ever Exhibition


Crosshill Gallery are delighted to announce that the 1st ever Terry Bradley art exhibition in Omagh is happening at The Crosshill Gallery from 7.00pm on Friday 17th June 2016. Put this date in your diary now while it’s on your mind.

To celebrate Crosshill Gallery will be running daily give-aways in conjunction with the Ulster Herald, Fermanagh Herald, Donegal News and Strabane Chronicle.  They will also be offering one of our lucky readers a free Terry Bradley print.  All these great prizes will be available from Monday 13th June 2016, so keep and eye on our Facebook & Twitter and make sure your entry is in.


On the evening itself, come and meet Terry (one of the most down-to-earth and genuine people you’ll find) browse a hand-selected range of this artist’s stunning and highly-collectible work with 30-plus stunning limited editions (personalised by the artist if you wish) available from £300 at this event.

Just turn up and Crosshill Gallery will have a warm welcome and a chilled glass of wine waiting for you.  Booking is not required for the free exhibition but if you are planning to attend they’d appreciate if you let them know beforehand so that they can get an idea of numbers.

 Email or call 028 8224 6613.

Need more information or have a question? Simply Contact them here at the gallery, they’ll be only too happy to help.

Terry Bradley exhibitions are rare in these isles so don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to see this man and his vibrant work – treasured by celebrities, and loved by young and old alike.

Everyone who attends the exhibition will be entered into a free draw for the chance to Win a Terry Bradley Limited Edition Print.

If this isn’t enough to tempt you, have a look at some of his work below.


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