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Local Talent: Great Art and Design to Fall in Love With

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Clare Davis Love! (20cm x 20 cm) is available for £20 from

A pint or a gin and tonic anyone? We love Finn Cockburn’s print of the Rose and Crown in Oxford at £45, available from

Etsy – HillStreetArt

This joyous sculpture is one in a series of Fat Bottomed Ladies by Jane Moser. She’s approximately 48cm tall, and similar pieces are available to order. From £400,


We all love to travel, and Angela Beatson Wood’s quirky paintings transport us to faraway places. Exotic India, 30 x 50 cm. £395,

Angela can be contacted on 07870 563877

A splash of colour is welcome in the depth of winter: Nature's Gift 2 by Faye Knight, £395. 61cm x 61cm

The Last Nasturtium is one of Sarah Spackman’s newest work, available for sale from this month at the Tregony Gallery, Holland Park, London or via, £895

Laura Jayne Wylder’s small Stargazers sculpture is available as a limited edition of 250, each cast in stone eco resin. £75 each or as a couple for £140 from

Etsy - SerenitySculptures

Anne Arlidge’s gorgeous glass ‘jelly pots’ range in size from around 14cm to 30cm. Prices vary.

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This unusual jug (£40) by Hannelore Meinhold-Morgan, the acclaimed talent of Boot Barn Pottery, stands around 25cm tall. Contact Hannelore on

01993 891389 or visit her studio in Stonesfield in May

We’re entranced by this glass bowl, 30cm in diameter, by Lisa Lee, a newcomer to the Oxfordshire art scene also based in Stonesfield. Commission a similar piece for approximately £55.

Debbie Page hand builds her trademark Moon Jars in her studio in Oxfordshire village Kidmore End. This Moon Jar in a seasonally passionate red has been smoke-fired. £145,

Set to be the love of your life, this exquisite ruby ring by Charlbury jeweller Sarah Pulvertaft, contains 15 ruby-set cubes which move individually. 18ct gold, £2,000


Mon 2 May 2022

The idea for an open studios event was brought from the US four decades ago and the first Artweek in the UK was held in Oxford, simply as a small local event. Since then, millions of visitors have enjoyed the friendly welcome of local artists: now the festival encompasses the whole of Oxfordshire and it is a model which has been copied across the country.

2 Copyright Nick Rutter
Mon 16 May 2022

Since 1998, the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra has brought exciting and inspirational classical music performances to the heart of Oxford in the Sheldonian Theatre. 

Tue 10 May 2022

Handmade Oxford

The International Contemporary Crafts Festival

Eat, drink, shop exquisite British craft and get involved in craft workshops, demonstrations and talk programs in the historic setting of Waterperry Gardens.

Tue 3 May 2022

I was fortunate to watch Paul Oz creating one of his dramatic, textural oil paintings a few years ago at the Cheltenham Food & Drink Festival.