Edinburgh Art Fair – PRINTMAKERS

The following is a selection of prints that Gallery TEN will be showing at the Edinburgh Art Fair at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh. For more details of the show visit Edinburgh Art Fair.

Ralph Steadman works appears courtesy of Peacock Visual Arts in Aberdeen.

Edinburgh Art Fair – GLASSMAKERS

We will be bringing a great collection of glass to the Edinburgh Art Fair. This will be representative of the glass artists whose works Gallery TEN has shown in the last year. It ranges from the the functional to the sculptural. Artists will include Laura Birdsall, Lindean Mill, Peter Layton, Alan Horsley, Jonathan Rogers & Yoshiko Okada, plus others.

Gallery TEN at the Edinburgh Art Fair

Artists on the Gallery TEN stand at the Edinburgh Art Fair will include Jonathan Meuli, Lynn McGregor, Alfons Bytautas, Marie Scott, Kirstie Cohen & George Donald. Alongside these will be a selection of printmakers and glassmakers, stand B8 – 14, 15, 16 November 2014.


Peter Layton is one of the world’s most widely respected glass artists and he has done more to promote glassmaking as an art form than anyone else in Europe. He has influenced, encouraged and nurtured several of this country’s leading glassmakers and has inspired many more internationally. At the age of 75, Peter remains extremely active and is regarded as the ‘grand old man of glass’. This exhibition will show work from both Peter and his team, including Louis Thompson, Bruce Marks, Tim Rawlinson, Layne Rowe and others.


The Graal Press are one of the foremost screen printing studios in the UK. They specialise in producing limited edition original prints with leading and well known artists. Graal Press consists of Robert Adam and Carol Robertson who as well as collaborating with artists make their own work and publish essential reference books on printmaking. We will have works from Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Victoria Crowe, Kate Downie and others.

Graal Press - Victoria Crowe


Arriving for our next exhibition will be photographs by Jack Luke from his series of works titled “The Bings” a project done for his degree show at Edinburgh College of Art earlier this year. Looking forward to having them in the gallery soon.