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George Miles - Views of Matlock Bath

10 November - 08 December 2018 
Gallery open Friday & Saturdays 10 - 4pm or by appointment

Private view: Friday 9 November, 7pm – 9pm
Artist Talk: Thursday 6 December, 7pm – 8.30pm

Haarlem Artspace is proud to present an exhibition of George Miles' photographic odyssey Views of Matlock Bath.

George Miles’ large format colour photographs from his three year exploration of Matlock Bath. Enchanted woods, car parks, picnic benches, and grand views; nature and the man-altered, tenderly described with an empathy for the immutable spirit of the land.

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We hope you can join us on the 9th of November for the opening, or at the Artists talk on the 6th of December.


Our Winter Programme 

10 November - 08 December 2018 George Miles - Views of Matlock Bath - Friday & Saturdays 10 - 4pm or by appointment. 
Friday 9 November - Private view 7pm – 9pm

Tuesday 27th November we are having a business social evening catered for by Mercia Wirksworth! An hour of social time, with an informal presentation and a chance to see who's doing what in the town, meet other business owners, sole traders or self employed folk and see what we can 'put back in' to Wuzza!

Saturday 1 December FREE fundraising conference specifically for artists. Click here to book a ticket

Thursday December 6th – George Miles in Conversation
And Then!. . . . . . . . . .

13th – 16th December - Christmas Exhibition our Studio Holder and Associates Artists show.  
Thursday 13th December Public View 7-9, then on to The Feather Star!

Want to get Involved? We have a Friends and an Associate Artists programme, we also have co working space available within Haarlem if you'd like to make it your sometimes office or studio! All this info as well as limited edition prints are available on our web site and shop at

Haarlem Artspace Shop

Our mailing address is:
Haarlem Artspace, Haarlem Mill, Derby Road, Wirksworth, DE4 4BG

Unfortunately due to the nature of the building we have no disabled access

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