Buxton Art Trail is part of Fringe

More than 100 artists will be involved in the fourth Buxton Art Trail on July 15 and 16.

The event, part of Buxton Fringe, features 55 entries with collectives such as Burbage Art Group, Buxton and High Peak Art Society (work by Maureen Howard pictured) and Buxton Community School each bringing a significant number of extra artists to the trail.

The exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops and open studios will take place in 30 locations across the town, including galleries and private homes plus new venues such as The Arches at Hogshaw Mill, a music studio and even a disused industrial fridge at Underground upstairs at The Old Clubhouse.

There is a chance for visitors to see a huge selection of work often meeting the artists in person.

Events take place mainly between 11am and 5pm on both days.

Organisers Linda Rolland and Suzanne Pearson say they are excited by the range and quality of what’s on offer this year and are very grateful to all those who have made it possible, including their sponsors.