Over the winter, we are running a 10% discount on jewellery, we have seaglass from Stornoway, a selection of silver from Orkney, leaves by a maker in Sutherland and more silver by a maker in Glasgow, influenced by the North East Coast where she came from.

Pop in and see our range

January Opening

We will be having a break over quite a bit of January and have to take down an exhibition, prepare for our next exhibition, under planning just now, and rehang some of our printmaking works. We are open Sat Jan 18th from 1pm to 5pm, 

We use instagram to announce openings as well as this blog, just #printspacedundee and follow us, we try to post at least once a week.

Any queries, do not hesitate to call, text or email. We are often around and can often meet up at the gallery outwith normal hours

New felt gifts

More goodies from Felt so Good, a fair trade Nepalese cooperative, some new animals and some fantastic cackti, no need to care for them

We have just had a reorder delivered so plenty in stock. Some are detailed on the website but best call in and see them. 

We will be carrying these throughout the year, not just as a seasonal gift line, they have been so popular


We now have a range of better class gifts, many sourced in Scotland. We have jewellery from Orkney, Sutherland, Stornoway and more, Silk scarves, cushions and lampshades by Clarabella Christie from Dunfermline, smoked ceramic seals and seabirds from Arran as well as our usual eco bamboo mugs and sandwich boxes, also some childrens designs, and felt animals from a fair trade cooperative in Nepal. Our featured gift shop is now downstairs in Gallery 3 where most gifts are on display. Newly in are ceramic whales by Dundee artist Lauren Swan who graduated this past summer. They are really great as a special gift.

2020 Calendar by Sheila Borthwick now in stock, a quality ring bound calendar, ideal present, in full A4 size, board backed for posting. Remaining stock now at only £5

We also have plenty hand made photo cards by Sheila, many of flower studies, some of which may be in the calendar. All at £2.50 each