A myriad of intriguing patterns exist throughout the natural world, many of which are visible to the naked eye – and High Peak Artist’s latest exhibition at the Art Café inside the Pavilion Gardens explores the beauty and complexity of natures patterns in the natural world.
The exhibition, the artists’ groups entry as part of the Buxton Festival Fringe, takes inspiration from natures patterns we see all around us – cloud formations, rippled sand, trees, branches & twigs, animal & insect markings, feathers, landscapes, reflections, rock strata, shell spirals, snowflakes and more.
Featuring a broad range of media including paintings, ceramics, photography, printmaking, wood, textiles & jewellery – all of the art work is available to buy, so if you’re looking for gift with a difference or inspiration for your home, here’s your chance to own something completely unique.
Set in 23 acres of ornamental gardens with a miniature train, the Pavilion Gardens café / Art café serves lunch, snacks, drinks and ice cream so you can really make a day of it on your visit. High Peak Artists’ permanent exhibition here – Gallery in the Gardens features work by many acclaimed and award winning artists such as Eric Wilson, Pauline Townsend, Jill Kerr, Louise Jannetta, Yvonne Oates, Catriona Hall, Howard Levitt,Kathy MacMillan and Ingrid Katarina Karlsson. There’s also the Gift Boutique offering a wide range of gifts, walking maps, books and postcards.
Nature’s Patterns exhibition takes place in the Art Café (upstairs) at the Pavilion Gardens between 4th July and 2nd September 2018, open every day from 10.30am – 4.30pm.
Gallery in the Gardens, Pavilion Gardens, St John’s Rd, Buxton, SK17 6BE
Tel: 07849 673058 (during opening hours)
Opening times: Daily (except Xmas & January), normal Pavilion Gardens opening times apply.
Email: [email protected]