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Michela Griffith

‘Fluid: Images of and Inspired by Water’ From the River Dove to exploring the land, Michela’s evocative photographs will show you places you think you know well in…

More Care Design Collective

‘Who Makes it & How?’ Furniture and Art objects supported by black-and-white documentary photographs of the makers and process.

Art at Avonside

Paintings and textiles

Burbage Art Group

Saturday only 11am – 4pm A wide variety of work including watercolours oils collages textiles and more.

Paula Hobdey Andy Hill

‘Wye Art’ Acrylic paintings with a variety of styles and subjects.

Jonathan Turner

‘Twisted Sticks” Hand-carved sticks, staffs and pipes for wanderers and warlocks

Beverley Threlfall

‘A Solitary Life’ Life drawings in smoke and Ink

Holly Serjeant

‘Wrapped Up In Books’ Fancy and functional hand bound books made with leather, book-cloth and decorative papers.

Christine Emck

Figurative sculpture suitable for home and garden.

Future Artists at B.C.S.

Future Artists at Buxton Community School

High Peak Community Arts

‘Art from the Caves’ Responding to Poole’s Cavern, with art from wooden sculptures to film, from music to interactive paintings that talk. Experience the fruits of our community’s…

Adrienne Brown

‘Cutting It: adventures in collage, photomontage and threads’ Award winning artist Adrienne explores shape, colour and texture through embroidered photomontage, collage and painting.

Louise Jannetta

“Taking Root’ Work expressing a delight in fascination with mediums and the ideas that are intrinsically linked to a facilitated by the materials used.

The Big Quilt of Change

‘The Big Quilt of Change’ A community art work focusing on the change we would like to see in our world.

Transition Buxton

‘Connie Consumersaurus’ inspiring and empowering people to live more sustainably.

Andrew Parker

‘Out and About’ paintings from a range of locations.

Alfreda Reynolds

Contemporary Mix and Friends

Kirstin Reay

Contemporary Mix and Friends Bright, lively and colourful landscapes.

Mary Worwood C. Mix

Contemporary Mix and Friends Textile art inspired by nature and the natural landscape.

Kate Aimson

Joanne Reay Contemporary Mix

Contemporary Mix and Friends Mixed Media and Ceramics

Suzanne Pearson Cont. Mix

Contemporary Mix and Friends Derbyshire locations in acrylics, inks and printed collages.

Anne T Mann Contemporary Mix

Contemporary Mix and Friends Landscape Photography

Sue Gledhill Contemporary Mix

Contemporary Mix and Friends ‘Heart and Soul’ Mixed media work inspired by landscape and structure.


Arthouse@ourhouse is an exhibition of a wide variety of fresh, affordable, contemporary creative art and design – paintings, printmaking, textiles, 3D, collage, ceramics and mixed media.

Carl Longmate

A prolific plein-air painter, Carl’s work represents a positive and optimistic view of life.

Cathey Yardley

Cathey Yardley Glass A selection of fused glass decorative work of abstract design and rich in colour.

Lizzy Wagstaff

Elemental Matter Through a relaxed approach using watercolour ink and encaustics, Lizzy recreates her observations and memories in tangible form.

Linda Rolland

“Place Holding” Video and mixed media work reflecting on the desire to ‘capture’ an experience of place.

Karin Findell

‘This Green and Pleasant Land’ Quirky , handmade stoneware tableware and wire sculptures.

Fiona Jane Brocklehurst

‘Vanita’ Still life photography in the style of Vanitas highlighting the demise of Man.

Lindy Brett

‘Observations’ Photography and video-installation on the subject of technology in the landscape.

Geoff Shoults

Geoff’s exhibition, entitled, ‘In The Hills’,is inspired by hills and mountains including Arctic Norway.

Caroline Chouler-Tissier

“The Great Art Box Throw Down!” Three potters wheels available for you to go head to head with friends and family. Book by going to

Caroline Small

The Green Man Gallery ‘A Mindful Eye’ photography Documenting and celebrating the small the humble and the everyday

Suzanne Pearson

The Green Man Gallery Locations in wild and wet places in a variety of media

Val Muir

The Green Man Gallery ‘Echoes of the Landscape’ Hand printed and stitched fabrics

Fiona Jubb

The Green Man Gallery  Inspired to discover the ancient craft of wet felting Fiona has created many pieces, from seascapes to scarves, cocoons to landscapes.

Dawn Featherstone

The Green Man Gallery Much of Dawn’s artwork features the local fauna and flora, along with the landscapes and buildings from Buxton and the surrounding areas.

Ilsa Elford

The Green Man Gallery ‘The Wild and The Wet’ Vibrant narrative oil paintings