Browse through our directory of resident, member and affilate artists, makers and designers.
A Simplication of Everything
Solo show by Martin Hyde
Showing 3 - 28 Sept
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Kerri Pratt is a visual artist based in the East Midlands and her practice focuses on an exploration of painting processes, manipulation of paint, surfaces, marks and colour.
Pandora and Anna from Green Door Printmaking Studio talk about being part of the Banks Mill community:
Jenny Bowden is a printmaker from Buxton who was one of 45 artists to be selected to exhibit work in the recent Derby Print Open exhibition held at
Kate Dawson is a fine jewellery designer/maker who has recently set up and opened her new studio at Banks Mill, specia
Painter John McDonald's story is inspiring - he has only been painting for little over two years, but is already preparing to exhibit his first sol