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You and your guest are invited to attend a preview of this exhibition on

Friday 23 November 6-8pm.


Glasgow Print Studio First Floor Gallery

Exhibition runs 24 November 2018 to 27 January 2019


Sam Ainsley is an artist and teacher and until 2005 was Head of the MFA Programme at Glasgow School of Art. She has forged a remarkable career within the visual arts sector nationally and internationally. From 1985-1991 she taught on the Environmental Art programme under David Harding’s leadership when she then co-founded the Master of Fine Art course. She has since worked collaboratively with David Harding and Sandy Moffat as AHM and continues to work independently in her studio.


She is a respected and published spokeswoman for the visual arts and her own artwork is in a number of public and private collections nationally and internationally. Ainsley has contributed to a broad range of visual art initiatives in Scotland and has served as a Board member on many arts organisations. She has exhibited in and curated independent exhibitions and undertaken residencies in numerous institutions and arts organisations across the USA, Australasia, Europe and the UK.


Kenny Hunter studied sculpture at Glasgow School of Art between 1983 and 1987. He has exhibited extensively in Britain and Abroad including solo exhibitions at Arnolfini 1998, Scottish National Portrait Gallery 2000, CCA 2003 , Yorkshire Sculpture Park 2006,Tramway, 2008 and GENERATION 2014. Hunter has also created a number of high profile, public commissioned works in including; Citizen Firefighter, 2001, outside Glasgow’s Central Station, Youth with Split Apple, 2005, Kings College, Aberdeen as well as iGoat 2010 in Spitalfields, and “Blackbird (the persistence of vision)” in Leicester Square. This year he has recently installed the Southwark Memorial to War and Reconciliation in Walworth Square, London.


Jane and Louise Wilson were born in Newcastle and studied respectively at Newcastle Polytechnic and Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, Dundee before undertaking an MA at Goldsmiths College of Art, London. They began working together in 1989 and since then have exhibited at major galleries internationally. They were nominated for the Turner Prize in 1999.


Bill Woodrow studied at Winchester School of Arts from 1967 to 1968 and at St. Martin’s School of Art, London from 1968 to 1971 before spending one year at Chelsea School of Art, London from 1971 to 1972. His first solo exhibition was at the Whitechapel Gallery, London in 1972. In the early 1980s he represented Britain at Biennales in Sydney (1982), Paris (1982, 1985) and Sâo Paulo (1983). In 1986 he was a finalist in the Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery, London.


Woodrow’s work is characterised by his use of domestic and urban objects to make sculptures in which the original identity of his materials is still evident. Since the late 1980s he has expanded his range of materials to include welded steel and cast bronze. Most recently, his work was the subject of a solo exhibition at the Royal Academy in 2013.


Image: Sam Ainsley, Scotland’s Waterways Doubled II, screenprint in an edition of 10, 60 x 55cm.





Edinburgh Art Fair | 23-25 November 2018

Edinburgh Corn Exchange, New Market Road, EH14 1RJ




Glasgow Print Studio at Edinburgh Art Fair 2018: Stand B4


Established in 2005 the Edinburgh Art Fair is Scotland's longest running modern and contemporary art fair.


Visit us at Stand B4 where we will be showcasing some of the finest new works produced in our internationally acclaimed fine art printmaking workshop.

Over 25 of our artists will be exhibiting, including, Elizabeth Blackadder, John Byrne, Scott Campbell, Ashley Cook, Alasdair Gray, Rosalind Lawless, John Mackechnie, Marion MacPhee, Barbara Rae, Murray Robertson, Bronwen Sleigh, Fiona Watson and Adrian Wiszniewski.


Don’t forget, Glasgow Print Studio participates in Creative Scotland’s Own Art interest free scheme which allows buyers to spread the cost of buying original artwork, making it easier and more affordable than ever before to purchase high quality works of art.


For exceptional contemporary work produced by both established artists and new emerging talent visit Glasgow Print Studio at Stand B4!

For opening hours and further information please visit





Images (from top): Scott Campbell, Untitled, mono screenprint. John Byrne, Untitled (Self-Portrait With Hand III), monotype with watercolour and drawing in ink and pencil.



Glasgow Print Studio, Trongate 103, Glasgow G1 5HD

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Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5.30pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm. Admission free.

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