Irish Craft Shop & Bespoke Picture Framing
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An Aladdin's cave of Irish Craft

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As our art inventory is constantly changing, below is a sample of the artwork we stock. Generally, this stock includes both prints and original pieces. Please contact us with any queries or for more information on any of our artists and the pieces we have in stock. 

Dee McNally

Dee McNally is the owner and creator of Dink Studio, located in Kildare Town, Kildare, Ireland
She works primarily with pen and inks but also pastels and watercolours.  
Her collection of  quirky pen and ink prints are based on observations of life and have a humorous twist to them. 

Eimear Brennan

Eimear Brennan is an Irish artist living in Dublin. She works in pen and ink and her paintings are inspired by nature, folklore, fairytale, film, and all things magical. Eimear loves to draw outdoors in nature and visit different locations for each new piece that she creates. It might be a place by the sea, a forest, a heritage site, anywhere as long as it is outdoors and feels uplifting.

Geraldine Kilmartin

Simply Mourne

Simply Mourne is the studio of County Down artist, Catherine Bradford. Her inspiration comes from her passion for nature – specifically the awe-inspiring landscape of her home near Northern Ireland’s majestic Mourne Mountains. Her unique pieces express beautifully observed moments of narrative through the slightest of touches. Allowing delicate dabs of paint and natural materials to reflect the joy found in the great outdoors, Catherine creates elegantly crafted artworks that are enjoyed every day, and treasured for a lifetime.

Saileen Art

Saileen Drumm is an emerging artist from Newport, County Mayo. Her works are a vibrant series of landscapes, townscapes and seascapes of the idyllic West of Ireland. Her projects are of a very traditional subject but with a very modern twist.

Fab Cow Design

Francis Leavey is a renowned award winning Irish artist. His work is driven by a desire to inspire people to find the beauty in themselves and the world around them.

Jill Parkinson

Jill Parkinson produces beautiful lino cuts inspired by the views around her while she travels the River Shannon on her barge.

Alanna Plekkenpol

Alanna Plekkenpol creates art on tiles. Every design features playful details, in which traditional Dutch Delft Blue patterns contrast with modern elements using a combination of digital illustration and collage.

Catherine Patrickson

Catherine works in mixed media using ink and watercolour pigments. Currently living in East Galway, her work draws on her surrounding environment and is full of symbolic imagery.  Delighted to have a range of Catherine Giclée prints in store as well as some originals. 

Stephen Farnan

From Belfast, Stephen has married his love of ceramics and drawings in his captured memories range. With several of his  beautiful framed porcelain range in stock, we also have some unique pieces featuring Athlone and Glasson Stephen kindly worked on for us. 

Nana Bradley

A new discovery at the gallery, Nana Bradley. This wonderful Japanese artist has now settled in . Galway. We have commissioned some locally inspired work, so watch this space for more of Nana's beautifully intricate oil paintings with Irish themes.

Paul Proud

Paul Proud is a local artist with international acclaim, whose paintings can be found in many international collections. While living for many years in Glasson, his  inspiration comes from Connemara. There is a draw to the sea and coast evident in Paul's work, aptly portrayed with oil on board and canvas. The gallery stocks an ever changing range of Paul's original pieces. 

Anna Marie Leavy

Watercolour and acrylic artist Anna Marie Leavy was born in Co. Donegal and lives Co. Westmeath on the shores of Lough Sheever. The magic of watercolour painting for her is capturing the fleeting effects of light and colour in her flowers, woodlands and west of Ireland mountain scenes. Originals and limited-edition prints are available in the gallery.

Annabel Langrish

Hailing from Barbados, Annabel's upbringing gave her an experience of colour and pattern that influences her lively, varied and highly creative work. After raising her family in Leitrim, Annabel moved to West Cork with her husband, bringing her back to the sea and mountains which inspired another phase in her artistic life. Her work ranges from watercolours, oils and drawings of landscape, boats, animals and the human figure. In the gallery we stock a wide range of signed limited edition Giclée prints, as well as some cards and notebooks featuring her artwork.

Orla Barry

Based in Dundalk, Orla works with acrylics on canvas. Her work has a dreamlike, fairy tale quality and is inspired by animals, nature, spiritual symbolism, patterns and a search for perfect colour combinations. We stock a range of her limited edition Giclée prints in the Gallery.

Paul Maloney

From Co. Wexford Paul Maloney's vibrant and colourful artwork is inspired by childhood memories and his rural environment. We stock at the gallery a wide range of his signed limited edition and framed giclée prints. Guaranteed to brighten up any room, the apt titles add an extra touch to these pieces.  "Are we there yet?" is the title of the piece shown here. 

Michelle Owens Art

Michelle Owens art is the product of years of walking the beach with her father and now her own family. Her pieces are handcrafted with sea shells and sea glass collected from the beaches of Ireland. These treasures are used in their original state and colour, some of which may date back hundreds of years. As a result, no two pictures are the same.

Black Hen Designs

Based in their studio in Co.Roscommon, Andrew and Vida design and create original glass paintings. Their work is inspired by the Irish countryside, and the designs are brought to life through the use of vivid colours and exaggerated form. Every piece is individually hand painted. 

Fiona Roche

Inspired by nature, Fiona Roche's vibrant and colourful paintings are a source of brightness and joy. Her stunning pieces are available in the Gallery as originals and prints.

Padraig McCaul

Padraig McCaul is a Dublin born artist, living and working on Achill Island, Co. Mayo. His stunning work is inspired by the scenery along the Wild Atlantic Way, and captures the essence of the West of Ireland. 

Originals and prints are available at the Gallery.

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With over one hundred different mouldings to choose from, and a wide selection of coloured mount board, we can create unique frames to suit everyone's taste, and really make that special picture come to life.

We offer a range of services from standard picture framing, canvas stretching, to special conservation. 

We are certified members of the Fine Art Trade Guild, and so our framing work is carried out in line with their highest standards. 

Call in any time for a free one to one consultation.



Glasson Village, 


Co. Westmeath, 

Telephone: 090 64 39760

Mobile: 087 6484368




Monday:    CLOSED

Tuesday:   CLOSED

Wednesday:  10:00 - 18:00

Thursday:  10:00 - 18:00​

Friday: 10:00 - 18:00

Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00

Sunday:  CLOSED

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Born out of a passion for Irish Craft, Glasson Craft Gallery first opened its doors in 2011.

We have a wide range of Irish craft available: from jewellery, millinery, knitwear, ceramics, glassware, homeware, woodturning, local artisan foods and much more. Every piece is unique and is handcrafted in Ireland. 


We also have an exhibition space for Fine Art and photography.

Glasson Craft Gallery is located just a short stop from Athlone. Glasson is home to excellent restaurants, and picturesque woodland walks, so come and explore what The Village of the Roses has to offer.

Proud nominee for the "Irish Times Best Shops" in 2015 and 2016.

Part-funded by the Local Enterprise Office Westmeath