Peak District landscape art minis

Peak District landscape paintings for sale

Here’s a small selection of some of the Peak District inspired original landscape paintings available for sale in my online shop. These colourful little paintings are all approximately A6 in size (105x148mm or 4.1×5.8″) and look great displayed in a simple mount and frame. I can mount them for you – just select the mount option at checkout. Choose just one or hang a few together to really brighten up a dreary corner! Larger work and prints are available too, please have a browse!

Peak District landscape wall art


Rain over Burbage Moor

Peak District landscape painting by Sheffield artist Sian Vernon

Rain over Burbage Moor
Sian Vernon, 2018
Pastel on paper

BUY ORIGINAL 9×12 inches

Just released, this brooding pastel painting inspired by Burbage Moor and an approaching rainstorm obscuring the distant hills.

There’s lots more Peak District art and prints available for sale in my Folksy shop – please click and have a browse!

Tree Magic

I have been drawing a lot of trees lately, inspired by the woods and trees near where I live. I’m working on few things which I’m hoping to enter into Art in the Gardens in Sheffield later in the year. I’m also in the middle of various commissions and potty training my 2 year old. One of these things is going much less successfully than the others. If anyone has a simple formula for potty training, that would be appreciated too.


Moonlit Trees I (2018)
Digital art, A4 archival print.
£20 (UK postage included)
Moonlit Trees II (2018)
Digital art, A4 archival print.
£20 (UK postage included)


I escaped the studio/office/house for a walk in the Peak District last week for a much needed bit of moorland therapy. Watch out for a new landscape series soon.
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Return to the Secret Garden

09-5-18-1803Almost a year to the day since I last went to the Secret Garden near Surprise View. It was such a beautiful day I had to get a bit of outdoor therapy and moorland inspiration for some new Peak District art. Gorgeous spring colours, shadows and textures, and lots of silver birches of course. I also surprised some sheep, but I apologised for disturbing them and took another path.