• Ailbhe Barrett
  • Mary Grey
  • Elke Thonnes
  • Yoko Akino
  • Gerard Cox
  • Shane O’Driscoll
  • Desmond Kenny
  • Vaida Varnagiene
  • Niamh Flanagan
  • Ria Czerniak
  • Jenny Lane
  • Daniel Lipstein
  • Jean Bardon
  • Aoife Scott
  • Grainne Cuffe
  • Stephen Lawlor
  • James McCreary
  • Ruth O’Donnell
  • Dermot Ryan
  • Robert Russell
  • Paul Fitters
  • Siobhan Hyde
  • Geraldine O’Reilly
  • Matthew Gammon
  • Margaret Tuffy
  • Susan Mannion
  • Clare Henderson
  • Niamh McGuinne
  • Mary Plunkett
  • Merijean Morrissey
  • Marie Louise Martin
  • Louise Leonard
  • Noelle O’Keefe
  • Liam O Broin
  • Cliona Doyle
  • Julie Ann Haines
  • Pamela Leonard
  • Barry Meskell
  • Adrienne Symes
  • Richard Lawlor
  • Brett McEntagart
  • Nicola Lynch Morrin
  • Eilis Murphy
  • Susan Early
  • Josie McMorrin

Many of the artists that we promote at our gallery in Temple Bar, are members of our studio – a printmaking centre of excellence located on the North Circular Road!

For most members, printmaking is the primary medium in which they choose to make work, and many are considered as being amongst the best contemporary printmakers in Ireland.   In addition to the work of these established artists, we invite new graduates from art colleges to apply for membership each year, and provide the Graphic Studio Graduate Awards, kindly sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran, for up to three exceptional applicants. The influx of new members each year encourages innovation among the artists we present, bringing new ideas into their collaborative work space.

Our members benefit from the shared knowledge that collective studios provide, as well as having access to the largest printmaking studio in Ireland, and a wide ranging education programme that includes master classes with international artists. We present new work by members as part of our annual Summer and Christmas exhibitions, and some are also included in other elements of the exhibition schedule. Their prints reflect the diversity of outstanding printmaking in Ireland today.