When it comes to art galleries, Birmingham has a broad range of options where you can delve into to the world of art and creativity. Some of those great art galleries are in the Jewellery Quarter. You can explore fine and classical art alongside the contemporary art work of new rising artists.

RBSA

Near St Paul’s Square you can find the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists where the artist- led charity shows off beautiful art work. They not only have exhibitions but also offer workshops and demonstrations to promote engagement with visual arts. On the ground floor they show off unique pieces of art in their Craft Gallery. You can view changing exhibitions on the other floor with unique art that was submitted by different kinds of artists. Admission to all exhibitions is free.  For more information you can visit their website.
  

St Pauls Gallery

The St Pauls Gallery is a one of a kind gallery. It has the largest collection of licensed album cover art in the whole world. Fans of Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Queen or many others can delve into the world of music and art and enjoy the creative atmosphere in the gallery. As they are actively investing in fine art, you can also find various limited edition musician portraits. They also have photographs and art prints and you can acquire pieces that you like. St Pauls Gallery should be visited by all who are interested in music and consider music and art their passion. Check out their website.

Ana Rocha

Ana Rocha is an unconventional bar however you can also enjoy beautiful art while drinking one of their amazing cocktails or waiting for the food. Their exhibitions feature the artist Vera Montalban as well as pieces of art created by other artists. Moreover, Ana Rocha has a big collection of antiques from different centuries and continents and big brands of watches like Rolex, Cartier, Hublot and others. For opening hours and more details, visit their website.

And even though the options are limited, each of these places has its own charm and character. Next time when you are vising the Jewellery Quarter, make sure to visit some of those amazing art galleries.