Diarmuid Delargy in the National Original Print Exhibition, London

Diarmuid Delargy's "The Deluge" is currently on view at the UK National Original Print Exhibition, which runs in the Bankside Gallery, London until Sunday 27th September. View other editions by Diarmuid Delargy online here.

The Deluge, Diarmuid Delargy


Irish Antique Dealers' Fair, RDS

Stoney Road Press will be exhibiting at the RDS 25th - 27th September as part of the Irish Antique Dealer's Association 50th anniversary fair. On view will be prints from the recent collaboration with Joe Wilson, along with other works from the Stoney Road Press portfolio.

To receive an invitation to the fair contact

Irish Antique Dealer's Fair


New Editions: Richard Gorman KAN

KAN is a major new project by Richard Gorman made at Stoney Road Press in 2015. The images are printed on handmade Indian paper from shaped aluminium plates. KAN is a series of three monumental scale, and six smaller scale, carborundum prints in editions of ten.

KAN takes its title from a Japanese concept. The character 間 (pronounced 'kan') is an essential one in everyday Japanese. The fundamental meaning is “space between,” “gap,” “interval,” “distance.” However, it refers not only to space, but to time as well, meaning, also, "time between," "pause," "break."

Richard Gorman first began collaborating with Stoney Road Press in 2003, producing a series of woodblock prints and 3D works. Recently, he has also collaborated with the fashion house Hérmes to produce his designs on their signature silk scarves. A book of his work published by the Joseph & Anni Albers foundation is also forthcoming.

KAN will be on exhibition at Stoney Road Press in Dublin, and also at various art fairs in the UK and US this Autumn. View images of printing of KAN on Artsy.


Richard Gorman KAN

Richard Gorman KAN

Joe Wilson at Ballynahinch Castle, August 2015

New prints by Joe Wilson published by Stoney Road Press will be launched next month at Ballynahinch Castle, Connemara. The prints are part of an exhibition of work from Wilson's "Into The Mountains" project, a collaboration between Ballynahinch Castle and Occasional Press. A book on the project will also be available. Mick O'Dea PRHA will open the exhibition, which launches on Thursday 20th August at 5:30pm. To attend please RSVP to

Joe Wilson, "Ben Gower - Ben Breen", 2015

Joe Wilson, "Ben Gower - Ben Breen", 2015

Joe Wilson, "Glencoaghan Valley", 2015

Joe Wilson, "Glencoaghan Valley", 2015

Diarmuid Delargy in the Impressions Biennial 2015

Works by Diarmuid Delargy will be on view in the Impressions Fine Art Print Expo at the Centre for Creative Arts and Media from July 10th to 26th 2015 as part of the Galway International Arts Festival. Established in 1988, Impressions is Ireland's longest running open submission print exhibition. It encourages, promotes and exhibits the best of printmaking in Ireland. "Epiphany" and "Art and Extinction" by Diarmuid Delargy are both intaglio prints in editions of 50, produced at Stoney Road Press in 2014.

Impressions Biennial_Diarmuid Delargy


New Edition: 1916 Centenary Book

'16' is a limited edition book to be published for Easter 2016 by Stoney Road Press, in association with An Post and Poetry Ireland, to mark the 1916 Rising centenary.


19 16 Centenary Book


'16' contains four commissioned original prints and four new poems, as well as historical works chosen by Professor Declan Kiberd, who also contributes the introductory essay.

Hand-bound in leather and linen with a matching slipcase, this special edition will be limited to 150 copies and each numbered copy will be signed by the living writers and artists.

The artists are Michael Canning, Alice Maher, Brian O'Doherty and Kathy Prendergast. The contemporary poets are Harry Clifton, Vona Groarke, Paula Meehan and Paul Muldoon. The book will also contain work by, among others, Patrick Pearse, Eva Gore-Booth, Francis Ledwidge, Land Jane Wilde and W. B. Yeats.

To receive a prospectus on this upcoming edition please contact Click here for more details.


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