Peacock Visual Arts

Aberdeen

Peacock Visual Arts is an open-access print-making facility in Aberdeen. Production includes screen printing, intaglio printing, relief printing and Lithography.

Type

Facility

Industry

Print

Employees

11

Organization
Make Works Scotland
ADDRESS

Peacock Visual Arts 21 Castle Street Aberdeen AB115BQ

WEBSITE

http://www.peacockvisualarts.com

PHONE

+44 1224639539

SOCIAL MEDIA
Portrait

David McCracken | Print Curator

info@peacockvisualarts.co.uk

Production details

Peacock Visual Arts provides open access workshops to the creative community. New workshop users need to undertake a short induction prior to using the facilities. In addition to the print work shops, Peacock Visual Arts also offer black and white photograph processing, undertake bespoke commissions for clients such as museums and art galleries, and offer a framing service. They also have a shop on site, regular exhibitions and events.

Turnaround time
Project dependent
File types
pdf, jpeg, tiff, psd
Minimum order
£100 - £500
Production access
Works With
  • Large business
  • Small companies
  • Professionals
  • General public
  • Students
Capacity
  • Sample production
  • Prototypes
  • Short run
  • Medium run
  • Large run

History

Peacock Visual Arts was set up in the summer of 1974. It was first know as Peacock Printmakers and was set up by a group of artists keen to share, learn and develop printmaking in an open access workshop environment. Ian Fleming became Founding Chairman and Head of the board of management when he retired from his position as head of printmaking at Gray's School of Art. Through his practise and teaching the organisation has continued to grow.