Glasgow Print Studio
Glasgow Print Studio was founded in 1972 as an artist-led initiative, providing facilities and workshop space to artists using fine art printmaking. Now, as an internationally acclaimed centre of excellence in fine art printmaking, Glasgow Print Studio promotes contemporary and innovative printmaking through supporting artists, exhibitions, learning and conservation.
Gallery, Artist studio or collective
Tues-Sat 10.00-17.30 (Gallery and Shop)
Sun 12.00 - 17.00 (Gallery and Shop)
Tues - Thu 10.00 - 21.00 (Workshop only)
Fri - Sat 10.00 - 17.30 (Workshop only)
Closed: Mon (Gallery and Shop)
Sun, Mon (Workshop)
The Archive collection of Glasgow Print Studio has been built up since the Studio was founded in 1972. It includes prints, plates, stage proofs, photographs, slides and many other items which relate to the organisation and to printmaking in the West of Scotland.
We keep a copy of every print which is published as an edition by the Studio as well as collecting examples of prints by members and visiting artists. The collection is constantly growing and includes works by artists of national and international renown.
Fine Art, Archives
Key artists and exhibits
- Print Room
- Scottish Prints
- New Glasgow Boys
- Peter Howson
- Ken Currie
- Steven Campbell
- Adrian Wiszniewski
- Philip Reeves
- Elizabeth Blackadder
- John Byrne
- Moyna Flannigan
- Claire Barclay
- Alastair Gray
- David Mach
- David Shrigley
Comic Art: Millarworld and Beyond
- 3 July — 30 August 2015 *on now
Comic Art: Millarworld and Beyond',showcases work from some of the world’s foremost comic book artists and writers including Mark Millar (KickAss, Wanted, Jupiter’s Legacy, Kingsman: Secret Service), Frank Quitely (Batman and Robin, New X-Men, We3, Jupiter’s Legacy) Goran Pavlov (5 Ronin, Starlight, Black Widow) and Dave Gibbons (Watchmen, Dan Dare, Judge Dredd).
The exhibition features original prints (photo etchings, digital prints and screenprints) by Quitely alongside digital prints taken from the 'Millarworld' series, collaborative works written by Mark Millar and realised by a number of international visual artists who have interpreted his fantasy world. The exhibition will pay particular focus to the artwork from Jupiter’s Legacy, a recent collaboration between Quitely and Millar which is soon to be transformed onto the big screen.
- 10 — 11 October 2015 10am-5pm
Bring added atmosphere and variety to your collagraphic plates. Discover new methods to develop your skills, experimenting with colour to bring stunning results to your prints.
It is advised that those wishing to attend the course complete our Introduction to Collagraphy course first of all.
Glasgow Print Studio
0141 552 0704
0141 552 2919