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Local Talent: Celebrating 20 Years

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A gallery of 20 of our favourite pieces from Oxfordshire Artweeks’ online Winter Show by artists whom we have featured in our pages over the years.

Alexandra Buckle, A Light Flurry, Linocut. 30x40cm printed area.

£260.

Anya Simmons, Moon Robin 1, Gesso, acrylics & acrylic inks on artist board.
19cm x 19cm (framed size 35cm x 35cm).

£165.

Bridget Wheatley, Embossed silver earrings with gold plate & emerald beads.
7x1.5cm.

£195.

Caroline Meynell, Winter Loch, Oil on canvas. 18x24cm, unframed.

£100 including postage.

Deborah Williams, Pickle & Lime in Winter, Collage. 22cm x 25cm plus frame.

£250 framed.

Elaine Allender, Cadgwith - First Light, Acrylic on canvas. 48cm x 48cm.

£150.

Gerry Coles, It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Linocut. 16” x 16” framed,

£90.

Jane Tomlinson, Three French Hens, Watercolour. 240mm x 240mm. £215.

Jill Smith, Winter Woods, Oil on panel. Framed size: 58x27.8cm.

£220 framed.

Jo Marshall, Winter Horse, Framed ceramic tile. 30cm x 30cm.

£85.

Jo Lillywhite, Wonderland Light, Pastel. 15x12.5 inches, framed.

£160.

Margot Bell, Colorado pine, Woodcut. 30X22.5cm.

£125.

Maureen Gillespie, Cold and Crisp - across the lake to St Mary Magdalene Church, Woodstock. Oil on Board, Framed.

£500.

Melanie Charles, Huckleberry, Acrylic on canvas. 40x40cm.

£250.

Paul Minter, Felbrigg Hall, Norfolk, Oil on canvas. 62x62cm.

£495.

Paul Tomlinson, Queen Charlotte St, Windsor, Pen and ink plus watercolour
A3. Original £395; print (unmounted) £30; print (mounted)

£40 plus P&P.

Steph Hicks, Partridge in a Pear Tree, Pen and ink. 24x17.5cm.

£40 (unframed).

Sue Side, Night Forest, Fine Art Print, 30x30cm (mounted).

£50.

Tam Frishberg, Winter Day Vase, Stoneware, 18cm high x 15cm diameter.

£54.

Ticia Lever, Robins, Textile, 25cms square-framed.

£160.

You can view the full exhibition which includes art and craft by more than 120 artists at artweeks.org/latestshow until 31st December.

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