Venue 38 is officially open to all and any visitors. I’ll be here today, tomorrow and Monday 10-5. Pop in, it’d be lovely to see you. (No.38 in the catalogue and online).
34 Chapel Road
Discover more Hidden Histories, chat and eat cake! Prints, postcards, frames, originals and more all on display. And whilst you’re out there visit other artists and friends @traceycoverley @jo_harratt @cognissart @carly_grice to name but a few.
Visit my artist profile on the Derbyshire Open Arts website here.
Furthermore, you can view the official Derbyshire Open Arts brochure online here.
Thanks to the amazing Andrea Joseph for our Whaley Bridge Derbyshire Open Arts map. It is a WORK OF ART…. 2019’s Art Trail map for @derbyshireopenarts. Keep your eyes open for these.
So this is me (in a nutshell).
I am a freelance artist living in Whaley Bridge in the heart of the beautiful Peak District. I share my home and studio with moggy Lola, and super-gorgeous ‘Sprollie’ dog Trevor who vie for position under the drawing board while I work.
This is the first time I will have exhibited all my work alongside their own ‘hidden’ stories, so if you’re fascinated with history and what lies behind my illustrations, please pop in over the Bank Holiday Weekend and discover the complete Hidden Histories Collections.
It would be lovely to meet you!
*NEW* I am pleased to reveal a my new product: folded cards with their own Hidden Histories story printed on the back. I am so excited to be launching these (complete with envelopes) at my Derbyshire Open Arts venue (No.38 on the map).
Open all Bank Holiday Weekend: 25th – 27th May.
They really are beautifully printed on the highest quality stock by @originalgiclee. Hope you like them!
No cash? No problem!
I will be accepting card payments for the first time during Derbyshire Open Arts 2019 if anything takes your fancy.
Contactless and Apple Pay also accepted.