Wildlife sculptor Eddie Hallam is the archetypal country craftsman having lived and worked all his life in the countryside.
Working from his interesting workshop in Riber in the hills above Matlock, Eddie has built a big reputation nationally for his life-size sculptures of British wildlife, which are cast in bronze.
His winter exhibition from November 9-24 will include a breathtaking range of sculptures from mighty gannets to tiny wrens.
There will be talks and demonstrations daily at the exhibition which is open from 10.30am-4pm.
Go to http://www.wildlifesculptures.co.uk or telephone 01629583108/ 07714418174 for directions and more details.