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Local Talent: Handmade Festive Creations from Oxfordshire Designer-Makers


Wheel-thrown porcelain bowl with a blue-grey glaze by Robyn Hardyman. Diameter 20cm. £55 + p&p £8,

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Hand-painted toadstool baubles by Melanie Charles from £19.50 

Silver & 18ct gold pendant set with a beautiful asymmetric cut tourmaline. Designed and hand made by Guen Palmer   

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Homeware and cards from original designs by animal artist Nic Vickery 

A contemporary oak Christmas Tree by Ben Hinton of a+b furniture, East Challow. From £189

Aniko Dioszegi from the Ayres House studio in Wallingford creates extraordinary glitzy up-cycled jewellery using recycled bicycle inner tubes. Necklace, £25. Earrings, £10. 


Under Orion's Feet by textile artist Yvette Phillips is hand-embroidery and appliqué on vintage fabric. 


Kintsugi platter with gold leaf swirl by Fleur Enser Pottery, £300.  Collection only from Lower Heyford. 

Recycled sterling silver pendant with topaz on sterling silver rope chain by jeweller Vicky Cumming,


Winter scenes in glass by Wendy Newhofer, mounted on hand finished wooden block. £110 

Delicate yet striking jewellery by North Leigh’s Rose Hallam 

A new Country stoneware dinner set in white glaze from potter Charlotte Storrs, Culham £690 with Individual pieces starting at £20 


Small leaf prints by Jessica Parker of Kingfisher Studio, £30


Karen Joy Art
Thu 11 Apr 2024

I love exhibiting where I can be present and talk to the visitors about my art about my art and art in general so I’m thrilled that my first exhibition of the year is Oxfordshire Artweeks (no 4 in the catalogue)

Chloe Brown wuhpxo
Tue 9 Apr 2024

Contemporary artist Chloe Brown, who has a permanent art display at Aintree, the home of the Grand National, is opening her Bicester studio during Oxfordshire Artweeks and welcoming visitors to come and meet her and see her work. Esther Lafferty finds out more.

Helen Grimbleby xmpqsv
Tue 2 Apr 2024

OX Magazine are delighted to support Oxfordshire artists and bring you behind-the-scenes stories of their creativity all year round. As we look ahead to next month’s Oxfordshire Artweeks’ open studios and pop-up exhibitions (4-27 May), we’d like to introduce you to some of the artists and makers who will be showing their work as part of the festival for the first time this year.

August Sunset
Tue 2 Apr 2024

Cathryn Jeff is a popular Oxfordshire landscape artist, known for her vibrant paintings that enhance the colours and views of the county with texture, energy, and sparkling imagination.