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The ART CAFÉ is a separate dedicated exhibition space with an ever changing programme of displays.

It is situated above the Pavilion Gardens restaurant, up the spiral staircase and is open every day with a selection of snacks and delights to tempt you .. More …

Welcome to The Gallery in the Gardens

We have a new jeweller in the gallery this month. Yuka Jourdain makes necklaces, earrings & bracelets using needled felt, wire and precious stones.

EXHIBITIONS WORKSHOPS High Peak Artists Pavilion Gardens


(except Christmas Day)

Hours: 9.30am – 5.00pm

(Check for early closing in Winter)

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The Gallery is the Home of the High Peak Artists group. Situated at the heart of the award winning Pavilion Gardens in Buxton, Derbyshire, it contains the work of 43 local artists and craftspeople from the High Peak.

Work on display includes paintings, ceramics, jewellery, photography, textiles, turned wood, glass, embroidery, calligraphy, linocuts and etchings and a large selection of prints.

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Art Cafe

July sees the start of the fabulous Buxton Festival & Fringe. Our Fringe exhibition ‘Sea Fever’ opens in the Art Cafe on the 12th July and runs to the end of August.  Some stunning new work including these paintings by Yvonne Oates, Catriona Hall & Maureen Howard.

Art Café


12th July – 31st August    ‘SEA FEVER’

Our major annual group exhibition in the Art Café.  Over 30 members have produced special original work for ‘Sea Fever’ which is also entered in the Buxton Festival Fringe. The theme is inspired by the famous poem by John Masefield and features paintings, textiles, photography, printmaking, ceramics, jewellery and glass.

Art Cafe