Adrienne is a mixed media artist exploring various combinations of photomontage, collage, paint, print, pen & ink and embroidery.
Ann creates hand built ceramic vessels that are decorative and functional. They can be used as ornaments, keepsakes, funerary urns and memory boxes.
Annette Petch Jewellery
Hand made jewellery in silver and gold, using traditional hand making processes such as chasing, repoussé, forging, and anticlastic raising
Working on a copper base, Brenda experiments with and explores the different physical and visual effects that combinations of glass and oxides produce
Brett Payne has an established reputation as a leading contemporary designer of jewellery and silverware.
An accomplished watercolour artist who captures the atmosphere surrounding his various subjects – old objects, vehicles or a quiet place.
Using patterns, curves and rhythms, Cath captures the feel of the Peak District in mixed media, watercolours and oils.
Always left-facing and often rather portly, the creatures depicted by Catriona Hall are largely based on those that surround her studio on the edge of
Fresh, vibrant and contemporary botanical images in watercolour. Originals, Giclee prints, cards and workshops.
Colin sees landscape as an inhabited environment with people shaping the land and the land shaping people.
Elizabeth Forrest is a lettering artist, combining hand-made paper with painted lettering, to interpret text in a visually exciting and sensitive way.
Emma Sidwell – ‘Ellia’
Emma works from the imagination, primarily in pen & watercolour. As ‘Ellia’ she creates worlds rich with stories, people, constructs & creatures.
Gary is a potter and a painter. In ceramics he produces a wide range of domestic stoneware. His paintings are based on his local environment
It’s amazing what you can create with recycled magazine cuttings.
Ian is a landscape photographer, producing fine-art prints of Derbyshire and the Peak District as well as other areas of the UK and beyond.
Ingrid Katarina Karlsson
Ingrid offers a wide range of original work in mixed media or textiles on narrative themes, as well as Giclee prints.
Whilst walking in the Derbyshire countryside, Jane collects natural materials and transforms them into artworks by hand stitching, tying and binding.
I trained as a textile designer and believe this training has greatly influenced my work, especially in my use of […]
Janine Mannion-Jones makes bespoke hand thrown stoneware pottery to be used and enjoyed.
Jenny paints in wild locations to catch saturated moments in rhythmic watercolours and rich oils. Her meditational images are based on music or poetry
Jill paints in oil and canvas, makes prints digitally and teaches sketching in iPad
Hand coloured collagraphs and monoprints are transformed into beautiful printed textiles, evoking a romantic and whimsical world.
John Rattigan’s art has strong decorative qualities and anthropomorphic elements, with each bird or animal taking on human characteristics.
Gold : Silver : Diamonds – inspiring a “Nature Walk” and a journey through “Constellation”.
We cast primarily in aluminium and bronze alloys, specialising in plaques, murals, sculpture and architectural feature work.
Liz explores a range of images through drawing, print and sculpture, taking a fresh look at traditional themes.
Lucy creates precious metal jewellery using traditional hand worked techniques, the intricate deigns are inspired by stories, folk tales and nature.
Lynne’s inspiration is drawn from local rolling hills, farms, animals and flowers with flamboyant use of colour and paint.
Musical interpretations of the beautiful English countryside–
Described as photo-realistic expressionism, Mark uses the finest draughtsmanship skills whilst expressing a mood or idea in high detail.
Inspired by movement in nature, Michéla’s images interpret water & now land in a new light. Created in camera, they are often mistaken for paintings.
Working on black and white film Natasha is inspired by both land and sea; she prints her work traditionally by hand in the darkroom.
Newfields Gallery is where Gail Keep and Roger Sutton have a small gallery which has a permanent display of their work.
Working from her studio in the beautiful Peak District, Pam Smart takes inspiration from nature, painting flowers, gardens and natural forms.
One of the UK’s leading silk painters. Vibrant paintings of flowers and stylised landscapes.
Fine enamel jewellery in silver and gold. Beautiful pieces created and manufactured by hand at Rachel’s workshop in Cromford Mills.
Ray & Kathy Sylvester
These tactile, fascinating boxes are as intriguing on the inside as they are beautiful on the outside.
Handmade contemporary silver tableware
Specialising in lifelike animal & wildlife paintings in acrylic, Rita particularly likes to paint the smaller creatures in the natural world.
Working mainly in mixed media, Rob’s inspiration comes from architecture and landscapes of the North West.
Working in watercolour and oils, Roger creates highly detailed landscapes, industrial scenes and more unusual narrative paintings.
! am a woodturner and artist in wood. I specialise in turning uniquely figured and unusually shaped bowls. I work mainly with locally sourced English
Mixed media town and landscape painter. Working in waterbased media depicting Derbyshire landscapoe and industrail heritage.
Inspired by nature, texture and light Ruth Robinson’s stoneware and
porcelain work is predominately stained rather than glazed to reveal
Her vivid work not only reflects the intense hues and tones of wild open spaces, but also evokes a sense of place
Sarah Morley’s art reflects a love of the natural form and the outdoors. Her oil paintings and mixed media drawings are vibrant, expressive and textur
Exploration of the human condition, inspired by the written word, stories of past and present, poetry and imagination.
Pastel paintings in contemporary style inspired by the landscape of the Peak National Park
Sue Gorman is a contemporary ceramicist specialising in thrown and hand built porcelain.
Observational sketches evolve into sequences of paintings as the impact of a chosen subject is explored through a range of compositions and media.
Inspired by edges, Sue works mainly in oils, and revels in the flexibility of this media. Her paintings are rich in texture and subtle glazes.
Tales told in traditional ways, of events, issues and processes. Sue’s award winning egg tempera works are narrative, communicative and decorative.
Working from her studio in Rainow, award winning felt artist Suzy Shackleton, uses traditional feltmaking techniques to create stunning wall hangings.
Tim Rose paints in oil and watercolour and relates to his experience living in a city with proximity to the beautiful Derbyshire countryside.
Handbuilt ceramic forms which are inspired by birds and aquatic life. Burnished and smoke fired, each piece is unique.