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The Print Market Project is a fine art print studio aiming to provide both the facilities and expertise to allow for progressive, diverse and exciting print related projects to be undertaken. The studio works with individuals and small groups in the creation and production of prints, across a range of process. We are able to work with artists who are experienced printmakers and need a place to create new prints, either one-offs or editions; but more fundamental is our ability to work with artists from a variety of disciplines in the development of their work using print as a vehicle for their fine art practice.

The PMP has the expertise and facilities to support your print needs and is keen to support artists in a Master Printer or technician capacity — just contact us directly OR join our Mailing list for updates on all things PMP. 

Pete Williams and Lou Thornton — Directors

Pete Williams is a printmaker and artist with a long-standing reputation as a professional working and living within Wales. He's  associate lecturer in both Carmarthen School of Art & University Wales Trinity St. Davids - Swansea School of Art and more recently runs various print related projects at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff on their Vertical Studio programme and numerous print related workshops direct from the his studio, the Print Market Project. 

 

Originally at Chapter Arts Centre until 2007 the workshop relocated to its present home, a re-converted 18th Century cattle and pig shed located on Market Road Cardiff which now operates as a fully equipped printmaking studio along with a small gallery. Exhibiting both nationally and internationally for over twenty years, Williams has formed strong links in the world of Print in particular USA & China. He was made International Projects manager for Wales Arts International during this time and completed many residencies in both Wales and the Republic of Ireland from 2008-11. In 2009-12 he was the temporary exhibition curator for the Howard Gardens Gallery and the CBAT Gallery in Cardiff respectively. Now concentrates on showing work of many different artists who visit the studio to make new work. 

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