Artists showed off their muses and their creative flair at the biggest art event in Derbyshire.
Derbyshire Open Arts Festival has returned for its eleventh year and countywide more than 300 artists have taken part in the event and High Peak’s talent was on show at The Gallery, on Mellor Road in New Mills.
A Derbyshire Open Arts spokesman said: “Thank all our artists for taking part in the biggest art event in Derbyshire.
“To all our visitors, we hope you really enjoyed this sunny weekend of colour across our county.
“This was an opportunity to visit artists and artisans throughout our beautiful county, and maybe even buy a work of art to take home.
“This is our eleventh year and, one in which we are building on previous success by trying some new ideas.”
As well as the usual Spring Bank Holiday three-day event, many artists will remain open on selected days through a further six days until Saturday, June 4.
Derbyshire Open Arts is a friendly, not for profit, visual arts organisation.
It gives visitors an opportunity to see the breadth of art created in Derbyshire and to meet the creators.
It continues to be funded entirely by artists’ subscriptions and is run by volunteers.