Events & Galleries






The Gallery in the Gardens, Pavilion Gardens Buxton

High Peak Artists’ & Craft Workers’ Association

Our Annual Winter Sale is on now at The Pavilion Gardens’ Art Cafe, 7th November – 22nd December

Opening times 10.30 – 16.00 (The Gardens close after christmas Eve 24th December until the 1st February 2018)

This is the home of the High Peak Artists & Craft Workers.
(Free admission)

I have contributed with some larger works available at incredible reduced prices! Here are two examples, first a summery Peak District image left from the Landmarks’ series “A Nest of Robins”, reduced from £495 to £150! The second piece a wintery seasonal image “The Path”, reduced from £495 to £175. Both are framed in a whitewashed obeche wood with generous mounts.



The Path

The Path











Winter Lights Exhibition

1st December 2017 until 18th January 2018, opening hours 11-16 Thursdays – Saturdays (plus treacle market Sunday 17th December)

Unit 20, the Grosvenor Shopping Centre, Macclesfield. SK10 1DY.

An interesting and versatile group exhibition.



New Year’s EVENT JAN 5th 2018

Launch of Moon Almanac by Ingrid Katarina Karlsson

Public · Hosted by Cromford Studio and Gallery and Ingrid Katarina Karlsson Artist

For one night only a festive launch of the whole Moon Almanac series of originals, 19.00-21.30 with the artist, drinks served.

Limited edition prints of the 12 twelve originals will be available at the gallery from early January onwards. The Moon Almanac Calendar is available for sale at Cromford Gallery as from 1st December onwards.


Tv Memories

My Countryfile experience brought a lot of insight into how tv works, especially out on location when there is only one camera man, which necessitates various different takes to get the wide angle, the close ups, the hands (in case of studio work). I had to try and remember what I had said (or not said) many times for all the takes, quite nerve wracking, but ultimately a great learning experience!















Ellie turned out to be a wizard on my fifty year old Swedish Husqvarna, she stitched a beautiful blood red outline of the leaves picked in the woods and used for mono-printing experiments. It turned out really well and I noticed how she finished the sewing even after the camera stopped rolling!