Little London Gallery
Nestled in the hillside, above the River Derwent, the small Derbyshire village of Holloway is the inspirational setting for the Little London Gallery. Enjoying breath-taking views over the surrounding
Greenhalgh Glass
Joy and Darrell Greenhalgh use glass making processes that are totally unique to them -"trade secrets"- developed through more than 25 years of experience and experimentation. They create exclusive
The Big Picture Gallery
Our fine art photography gallery is based in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, exhibiting the contemporary work of photographer Nick Lukey. All images are available to purchase in a wide variety of media. We
The Ridgeway Gallery
The Ridgeway Gallery exhibits contemporary art from some of Derbyshire's and the UK's finest artists. Our collections include original figurative, landscape and contemporary work in many forms
Purple Shed Studio
The Purple Shed Studio is the Belper based creative space of Christine Gray. It is the haven where Christine can imagine, create and grow away from the stresses of daily life. She studied for a BA
BartonGalleries.com
Barton Galleries has been specialising in very high quality reproductions of fine art since 2002 and have provided thousands of customers with exceptional reproduction oil paintings on canvas. We are
Harlequin Arts
I'm a freelance textile artist following a dream of earning a living through art. It's a long haul that's taken nine years for me to get this far and a long way from the early naivety of thinking that
Junction Arts
Junction Arts is a participatory arts organisation based in the East Midlands. We have been delivering in the Bolsover district for close to 40 years. Our primary aim is to increase and extend access
Martin Hyde
Martin Hyde is a Derby based artist and illustrator. He works in a variety of mediums to create his illustrations and art works. Techniques include digital (photoshop and illustrator), linocut,
Jane Dearden Art
Jane's love of drawing is evident in her most recent MA work. Firstly she observes and then responds. She describes what she is seeing in her own personal language, which allows her more natural