SHOP: New A3 Peak District landscape paintings

Peak District art, Derbyshire landscape paintings, original art by Sian Vernon

Lots of new original Derbyshire Peak District landscape art coming to my shop over the next week or two.

The first is an expressive interpretation of the view of Higger Tor from the Upper Burbage Bridge at Fiddlers Corner, between Ringinglow (Sheffield) and Hathersage. This piece, shown below, is available to buy now from my Folksy shop.

Higger Tor from Upper Burbage, original Peak District art for sale (shown framed)Higger Tor from Upper Burbage, original Peak District art for sale (full image)

Higger Tor from Upper Burbage Bridge

Sian Vernon, 2019

Ink and graphite on paper

BUY ORIGINAL A3 (297 x 420mm)


If you would like to buy any of the other pieces shown in the top image but they’re not available for sale yet, please email me at sianvernonart@gmail.com

SHOP: Peak District Gifts

Some of the Peak District gifts, homewares and stationery available to buy on Redbubble by Sheffield artist Sian Vernon

My new range of Peak District gifts is available to buy online now. Gift ideas for hill walkers, hikers and climbers include mugs, notebooks, bags and T-shirts featuring my Peak District and Derbyshire landscape art. A selection of items available shown above.

View the full range on Redbubble

If you can’t find the item you’re looking for, or if something doesn’t look quite right, please contact me!

You can buy art prints of these designs and the originals directly from me via my Folksy shop.


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SHOP: Bamford, Derwent, Castleton – dramatic Peak District Landscape art

Peak District landscape art for sale

A new series of dramatic contemporary Peak District landscape art available to buy online now in my Folksy shop. These expressive black and white monochrome Conté crayon drawings are A4 in size (210 x 297mm) and look great displayed in a simple mount and frame. Choose just one or hang a few together for impact!

Images shown above, clockwise from top left:

Win Hill Pike (Bamford)

Win Hill from Ladybower (Bamford/Ashopton)

White Tor, Derwent Edge (Ashopton)

Mam Tor from Odin Mine (Castleton)

Mam Tor from Blue John Cavern (Castleton)

Back Tor (Castleton/Edale)

Peak District landscape drawings for sale

Peak District landscape art, shown mounted

SKETCHBOOK: Longshaw in November

Hathersage Moor, Over Owler Tor and Mother Cap sketched from Boggart View at Longshaw
Hathersage Moor, Over Owler Tor and Mother Cap from Boggart View at Longshaw
Higger Tor sketch from outside Longshaw Lodge
Higger Tor from outside Longshaw Lodge
Sketching autumnal trees from Boggart View at Longshaw
Autumnal trees from Boggart View at Longshaw

I really loved the gorgeous muted autumnal colours at Longshaw Estate on my walk last week. I stopped to do a few sketches en route.

Photos of the wonderful autumn colours at Longshaw Estate

SHOP: White Tor, Derwent Edge

These two original Peak District landscape paintings were inspired by the autumn colours at White Tor and Derwent Edge above Ladybower Reservoir, near Bamford in Derbyshire.

DeAutumn Glow, rwent Edge Peak District painting by local artist Sian Vernon
Autumn Glow
Autumn Moorland, Derwent Edge Peak District painting by local artist Sian Vernon
Autumn Moorland

I created these affordable Peak District landscapes using ink and conte crayon on 300gsm smooth watercolour paper. Measuring A3 (297 x 420mm) they can be easily framed yourself in a standard sized frame, or framed professionally for a more personal look. A lovely gift for UK walkers and hikers or for anyone with connections in the Peak District.

For sale at £90 each, unframed (including free UK shipping) from my Folksy shop.

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Autumn Glow and Autumn Moorland

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SKETCHBOOK: Ashopton to White Tor

Autumn at the Upper Derwent Valley towards Derwent Edge

Three hour walk from Ashopton Viaduct to White Tor, taking in the spectacular autumnal views of Ladybower and the upper Derwent Valley, marvelling at the rays of sun breaking through the clouds behind Win Hill, and exploring some of the rugged gritstone tors. Encountered more grouse than I have ever seen before, a huge flock of redwing (possibly fieldfares), some kind of raptor having a rest on a telegraph pole and a pair crows of course.

Sketches from my Derwent Edge walkSketching the Hurkling Stones

Walking route, Ashopton Viaduct to White Tor