Stoney Road Press is a fine art print studio which since 2001 has been collaborating with Ireland's leading contemporary artists to produce limited edition hand-made prints, books, sculptures and tapestries.
Based in Dublin, Stoney Road Press is the only independent commercially run fine art print studio in Ireland. It is also the only Irish member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association, a body committed to promoting the highest standards of quality, connoisseurship and appreciation of fine art prints. Combining traditional printing techniques with innovative digital technology, the studio is transformed for each different collaboration, producing a body of work which reflects the individual skill of each artist. In recent years the portfolio has expanded to include new work with international artists.
Works from the Stoney Road Press portfolio are included in the following collections
All works are for sale. To visit the studio and browse through the Stoney Road Press portfolio of artists please contact 01 887 8544 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Stoney Road Press also exhibits regularly at art fairs in Ireland, the UK and USA. We also accept payments for artwork in instalments — click here for more information.
A chance encounter between David O’Donoghue and James O’Nolan at a gallery opening in 2001 led to a cup of coffee, conversation, and soon afterwards a new business experiment, launched on the premises of a former corner shop on the northside of Dublin. James came to the venture as a former director of Graphic Studio Dublin, tutor at the National College of Art & Design and master printmaker; David as trained printmaker, Dublin gallery owner and entrepreneur. Combining expert knowledge of printmaking processes with business and marketing acumen, Stoney Road Press has since emerged as one of Ireland’s most innovative producers of limited edition fine artworks, its practice expanding from prints to publications and 3-dimensional works. - Emily Mark-Fitzgerald, Conversations and Collaborations, 2007.
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