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Local Talent: Father's Day

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In honour of Father’s Day this month, we asked men to choose their favourite pieces from the Celebrating Artweeks 40th anniversary exhibition at The Jam Factory, Oxford. All are available to buy until 18 June when the exhibition closes.

Boiled Eggs and Soldiers by Mark ‘Lino’ Lord is a signed and editioned lino print, £25 print only or £100 framed

Birds Bathing is created using wood veneers by Gabriella Blakey, £375

Crocus 2, is a pigment ink print of a photograph by Caroline Hyman, £300

The Lighthouse is a digital painting by Celine Beaugrand. Framed, £45

Two Frogs, a linocut print by Gerry Coles, £95

Blue Water is a mixed media painting by Jessica Parker, £350

New Dawn, a photograph by Helen White, printed on aluminium, £135

Spring Blossom, Minster Lovell by Alex Long. Oil on Linen Board, £450

Ripening Bananas, coloured pencil by Dianne Frank, £500

Solarisation Sunday – A Favourite Oak, photography by John Hailstone, £125

Magpie Lane, Oxford, collograph print by Nicholas Hamilton, £95

Simplicity by Jeffrey Courtney, acrylics, £750

Goldfish by Susan Moxley, collagraph and chine colle, £320.00

Moonlit Lace, an etching by Charlie Davies, £165

Prison Island, Zanzibar by Edwina Sercombe, pastel oil & chalk and acrylic ink, £195

Copper Sky by Katie Cannon, acrylics on wooden panel, £375

Spring Sunshine at Youlbury by Rosie Taylor, acrylics on canvas, £295

www.artweeks.org

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