Explore Our Values
We borrow the earth from our children, let's work together to protect it.
A drop of water becomes the ocean, and we are all swimming together.
Practising gratitude, helping others and being kind to each other and ourselves.

Did you know in Ireland we only have 8.3% of our ocean protected. We want to see this increase to at least 30% by 2030. (https://fairseas.ie)

If the planet was condensed to one house, would we set it on fire? Would we wreck it with pollution and plastic? No we wouldn't, so why do we do it to our home? Every cent we spend is a vote, let's vote for a cleaner home!


3 facts about our oceans!
More people have been to the moon than to the bottom of the ocean's deepest point.
We have better maps of Mars than we do of the ocean floors.
2/3 of marine species remain unknown.
One of the main causes of salmon pollution is industrial and agricultural runoff, which can introduce harmful chemicals and pollutants into rivers and streams.
The impacts of salmon pollution extends beyond just the fish themselves. When salmon populations decline, ripple effects on the entire ecosystem can happen, including other fish species, birds, and even humans who rely on salmon as a food source.
The Gallery is Ireland's first member of the ‘KISS THE GROUND’ network, a global movement of regenerative farming. As a result of erosion over the past 40 years, 30% of the world’s arable land has become unproductive. About 60% of the soil that is washed away ends up in rivers, streams and lakes, increasing the risks of flooding and intensifying water contamination from fertilizers and pesticide runoff. Sustainable land use can help to reduce the impacts of agriculture and livestock, preventing soil degradation and erosion and the loss of valuable land to desertification.
Wanting to reduce my impact on the planet, was forged from a young age. I think watching my mum iron the Christmas wrapping paper, and knowing how my dad riveted his sandals instead of buying new ones helped. I fondly remember helping him to fold Green Party leaflets as a child, which probably helped too. Before I even opened the door to The Gallery, I was looking into how I can minimise earth impact when setting up and running my business. Could I use compost toilets? What up-cycled materials could I find to fit out the interior, although I was restricted from using compost toilets, it got me thinking about what businesses can do to help reduce their impact and realised we have a long way to go. I believe better design of products and buildings in the first place is key.
  • Natural Wine

    Ireland’s first natural wine bar, because it was the right thing to do, not it because it’s trendy!
  • Ethical Food

    Focusing on Irish and conflict free food, promoting small scale producers and regenerative agriculture.
  • Repair Workshops

    Promoting up cycling via our yard sales and swaps, as well as running workshops on sewing repairs and basic bicycle maintenance.
  • Activism

    Workshops, talks and webinars to help indigenous people, promote equality and earth rights and human rights.
Proudly Ireland’s first Raisin Member!
Demonstrating a commitment to supporting small scale enterprises, whilst also being a trailblazer that others follow. I am proud to be Ireland’s first member of Raisin - The definitive app for finding and supporting Natural wine sellers, producers and growers. Download it today and become part of this wonderful movement.