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Experiments with Photography - Stoney Road Press & PhotoIreland Festival

Dates: 1 Jul - 31 Jul
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 10am to 5pm, Sat 13th - 11am to 4pm, Closed Sun

This July Stoney Road Press will be hosting the exhibition Experiments With Photography as part of the 2013 PhotoIreland Festival. The exhibition highlights the work of three artists who have worked at Stoney Road Press and used photography as a means or an end in their work:

Amelia Stein’s unique photographic tribute to her mother, LOSS AND MEMORY is on the face of it, the most straightforward photographic work in the exhibition. The real challenge was to find a way to bend the traditional giclée (digital reproduction) process to capture the deep velvety blacks of her traditional photographs, a characteristic essential to the success of this series of prints.

Ameila Stein, Loss and Memory

Amelia Stein, Loss and Memory V, 2010, Giclée

Dorothy Cross combines photography with etching to make her unique images.  In TEAR she uses her own dramatic photographs of breaking waves and combines these with an image from a traditional steel engraving to produce this intriguing set of images.  In GHOST SHIP she uses the photographic image combined with luminescent ink to produce photographs which quite literally, glow in the dark.

Dorothy Cross, Tear (ii), 2009, Intaglio

Dorothy Cross, Ghost Ship (ii), 2011, Luminescent etching

Sara Lee uses photography as a springboard to make her atmospheric woodblock prints.  She reduces and distills her own photographs before etching them and then combines them with two further printings from woodblocks.  The unique characteristcs of the grain of the wood become fused with the photographic image, further extending its meaning.

Sara Lee, Passage Through

Sara Lee, Passage Through, 2013, Woodblock & Intaglio

This exhibition offers a unique insight into the printing process at Stoney Road Press and illustrates the many ways photography can be translated into printed editions.

London Original Print Fair Photos

Stoney Road Press' stand at the Royal Academy

The London Original Print Fair is over for another year. With record numbers of visitors it was one of our busiest fairs yet. Thank you to everyone who came along to visit us at the Royal Academy. We will be back again next year...

 

The new Sara Lee prints we launched

Sara Lee signing prints

Before the crowds

Stoney Road Press at the London Original Print Fair

London Original Print FairStoney Road Press will be exhibiting again at this year's London Original Print Fair. The fair takes place from Wed 24 - Sun 28 April at London's Royal Academy. Visit Stoney Road Press at stand 14 to view work from our portfolio of over 40 artists, including our latest editions by Ronnie Tallon, Michael Canning and Donald Teskey.

We are also delighted to be launching new work by Sara Lee, the result of our recent collaboration with Rabley Contemporary. The Crossing and Passage Through are a pair of intaglio and woodblock prints in an edition of 40

 

Sara Lee, The Crossing, Woodblock & Intaglio, 2013

Sara Lee, Passage Through, 2013

Sara Lee, Passage Through, Woodblock & Intaglio, 2013

 

These beautiful landscapes are a mix of woodblock and polymer intaglio etching. Delicate layers of ink and the carefully seleceted grain of the wood suggest a swirling sky and rippling water, which add to the tranquil mood of the landscape. We are looking forward to displaying them for the first time at the fair, where the artist will be with us to sign the most recent prints of the edition.

For a complementary pass to the fair  please contact us at mail@stoneyroadpress.com.

Stoney Road Press at The London Original Print Fair is supported by Culture Ireland.

10 years of Stoney Road Press at Kennys Gallery

Limited edition print by Stoney Road Press for Electric Burma

Stoney Road press printed an exclusive limited edition print by artist Louis Danes to celebrate Electric Burma, the concert to celebrate the visit of civil rights activist Aung San Suu Kyi to Dublin, to pick up her Ambassador of Conscience Award from Amnesty on June 18th.  The print, signed by the artist, is available in a limited edition of 300 from Art for Amnesty, Amnesty International (Tel 872.3677). 

Price: €100
All proceeds go to Amnesty International.

Book: Patrick Scott by Aidan Dunne

Patric ScottPatrick Scottt book by Aidan Dunne is now available through Stoney Road Press. This magnificent book is a beautifully illustrated collectors’ item; a retrospective of the career of landmark Irish visual artist Patrick Scott, featuring furniture, tapestry, sculpture and his famous abstract Gold Paintings.

About the Book: A stunning collection from one of Ireland’s most significant exponents of pure abstraction art, this book is a celebration of Patrick Scott. As Patrick reaches his 87th year, this lavish production reflects upon his life’s work, presenting together his most famous simple abstracts in gold and white on unprimed canvas, with tapestries which revel in all the colours of the rainbow. Along with rare and previously unpublished material, there is also a significant text from Aidan Dunne – highly regarded art critic for the Irish Times.

About the Artist: Born in 1921 in Kilbrittain, County Cork, Patrick Scott studied Architecture in UCD. After graduation in 1945 he worked with the architect Michael Scott for the following fifteen years. He has devoted himself fully to painting since 1960, the year he won the Guggenheim Award.His paintings are in several important collections including the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He represented Ireland in the XXX Venice Biennale; the Douglas Hyde Gallery held a major retrospective of his work in 1981 and the Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin held a major survey in 2002. Patrick Scott was a founding member of Aosdána, and in July 2007 was conferred with the title of Saoi by President Mary McAleese.

About the Author: A graduate of the National College of Art and Design, Aidan Dunne was art critic of In Dublin magazine, the Sunday Press and the Sunday Tribune. Currently visual arts critic of the Irish Times, Aidan has written extensively on Irish art, with essays on Michael Mulcahy, Hughie O’Donoghue, and Jennifer Trouton.

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