Have you ever seen a piece of artwork, fallen in love and felt that you had to have it, but were deterred by the price? You’re not alone…


Here at Mall Galleries, we believe that everybody should be able to own the art that they love. We are aiming to make that a reality by offering the Own Art scheme during our Federation of British Artists Society Exhibitions.

We have offered Own Art to the buying public for a few years now, and the success stories are countless.

However, we want more people to seize this amazing opportunity and realise that they too can take home their dream artworks.

Own Art is a brilliant national initiative designed to make art more affordable, accessible and available to all UK residents over the age of 18, subject to status. It is an interest-free loan, through which the buyer can borrow up to £2,500.

This allows those who are eligible to buy works of art from any of these exhibitions by spreading the cost over a ten-month period at a 0% APR.


How do I go about making a purchase through Own Art at Mall Galleries?

Purchasing a work of art here at Mall Galleries through the Own Art scheme could not be simpler, faster, or more painless.

When purchasing a work via Own Art, Mall Galleries take a minimum of a 10% deposit at the time of purchase and we will set up a short appointment with yourself and a friendly, trained member of Mall Galleries staff or email the Own Art Application to you for you to complete remotely. 

When your Own Art application is approved, the work is yours to take away once the exhibition has closed.

Equal instalments are taken from your bank account for ten months via Direct Debit. However, should you wish to pay off the remaining sum sooner, or have any other queries, you will be supplied with Hitachi Capital’s contact details.

By offering Own Art, we can enable you to kickstart your personal art collection or expand your criteria when thinking about purchasing high-quality contemporary art from us.


For more information on the Own Art Scheme visit their website