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
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,
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
Harrington Mill Studios
Please join us at HMS before INBOX tours to Art Athina in Athens for the largest art fair in Greece. Studio holders past and present, plus artists who have shown at the HMS EXHIBITION SPACE have been
Ferrers Frames
Opened in 1990, Ferrers Frames is based within The Ferrers Centre for Arts and Crafts in a magnificent Georgian Stable block at Staunton Harold. We have fast become one of the busiest Picture Framers
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
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
John Denaro Artist
I studied Fine Art at Luton and Stourbridge from 1968 - 1972. On leaving Art School I worked as a psychiatric nurse until 1987 when I became a full-time artist. From 1987 - 1996 I earned my living
The Crocus Gallery
Formed in May 2010, Crocus Gallery is an artist run contemporary art gallery displaying a dynamic programme of art exhibitions. Crocus Gallery Group is a not-for-profit organisation run by a committed
Nottingham Society Of Artists
Any person over the age of 18 may join the NSA at any time on payment of the annual subscription of £75 and this entitles them to participate in the painting groups (provided there is sufficient