phone: 01433 630458

email: info@derwentgallery.com

derwentgallery

landscape paintings of the derbyshire peak district

  home artists framing contact

Exhibition - "Landscapes of the Peaks and Dales"

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Ken Burton
Edale

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Kristan Baggaley
Stanage Edge

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Ken Burton
Milldale


Paintings of the Dark Peak gritstone edges contrast with the White Peak limestone fields and villages.  Slithers of light in the mist appear on smoky edges.  Limestone pathways meander through the valleys taking in the views of well known Peak District villages.

Please bear with us as we undergo some building work during January and February

derwentgallery 
is situated in a beautiful peak district location close to chatsworth house, padley gorge and stanage edge, loved for walking and rock climbing, with the towns of bakewell, chesterfield, cheshire, buxton and eyam the famous plague village and the cities of sheffield, manchester and nottingham on its doorstep.  

The landscape paintings represent a broad range of media, watercolour paintings, oil and acrylic paintings, with pastel and pencil drawings, monoprints and landscape photography, including a selection of limited editions and prints. exhibitions by  derbyshire artists and sheffield artists and special featured displays of themed contemporary work are regularly changing at the gallery.  parking is in front of the gallery and disabled access by ramp up a small step can be requested.

Main Road, Grindleford
Hope Valley
S32 2JN

01433 630458

Stitch and Frame
Framing for Needlework

Lacing and framing of cross stitch and embroidery
by Julie Ashmore

I can give you a quick quote over the phone or by email where we may discuss the colour of the mount and style of frame for each individual piece before posting it to me at the gallery.  

Picture Framing

Opening Times: 11am to 4pm Wednesday to Saturday, 1pm to 4pm Sunday 
And by appointment - Tel: 01433 630458

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