Contact

Contact the dot-art team:

Phone

Call us on 0345 0176660

Email

For general enquiries: info@dot-art.com

For artist membership enquires: artists@dot-art.com

Visit

dot-art Gallery is open for collections, orders, framing, fine art printing services and artwork viewings, pop in for a visit we can’t wait to see you again.

New opening hours:

Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 – 18:00

Please continue to support your small independent businesses as much as you can, our online shop is open and we can continue to deliver artwork safely to your door. 

Come and see us at dot-art, 14 Queen Avenue, Castle Street, Liverpool, L2 4TX.

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Finding Us

Queen Avenue is a beautiful pedestrian arcade that runs between Castle Street and Dale Street, very close to Liverpool Town Hall. The gallery is just a 5 minute walk from Liverpool One and the city’s main shopping district. From Castle Street, look for two wide arches, flanked by Rudy’s Pizza Restaurant and Tune Hotel. From Dale Street we are through the archway between Moose and Nude.

what3words

We’re making our gallery more accessible with what3words. Find the precise location of the entrance at https://w3w.co/puff.assets.stole.  This 3 word address corresponds to an exact location within an accuracy of 3m. Tap the link or search ‘puff.assets.stole’ in the what3words app to find it.

Parking

On street parking is available on the surrounding streets or the nearest car parks are the NCP on Rumford Street (4 minute walk), Q Park on Dale Street (5 minute walk) or Q Park at Liverpool One (7 minute walk).

Public Transport

We are just an 8 minute walk from the main bus and coach exchange at Liverpool One, where buses from across the city, the region and the country can be found.

We are also situated between two of Liverpool’s underground stations, James Street (3 minute walk) and Moorfields (4 minute walk), which offer trains across Liverpool, Sefton and the Wirral and connections to National Rail via Liverpool Lime Street. Alternatively Lime Street itself is only a 12 minute walk from the gallery.