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From 10:00am to 16:00pm
The work of an award-winning mixed media artist from Buxton will feature in Buxton Museum and Gallery’s ‘Derbyshire Landscapes – Then and Now’ programme next month.
Inspired by the local landscape, Ingrid Karlsson-Kemp’s ‘Landmarks’ exhibition captures some of Derbyshire’s finest hidden treasures, including the famous Chrome Hill, Park House Hill and Eagle Stone near Baslow.
Speaking of the exhibition, Ingrid said: “I am delighted my work will be on display amongst work from some of the finest artists from around the region, I’m looking forward to being a part of this celebration of local landmarks.”
Using her signature narrative style of art, Ingrid’s ‘Landmarks’ series depicts a selection of hidden Peak District stories; from small details; marks in the landscape; man-made legacies; and the legends around Dovedale where she lives and works. The exhibition will also include work based on Ingrid’s observations made during her journeys around the coasts of Britain, as well as her native Northern Sweden.
‘Landmarks’ will open on 1st March and run to 5th May. Preview 1st March 2pm. Admission is free.
Meet the artist sessions: Tuesday 18th March 11am – 1pm and Friday 11th April 2-4pm. Booking not required.