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Oxfordshire Artists: A Winter’s Day


Oxfordshire Artweeks artists take us on a winters walk and back home to the warmth of the hearth. Visit their on-line show at to see more great art and craft that’s perfect for Christmas.

Snowy Stile, Holton, an oil painting by Christine Erica Bainbridge. £299 framed.

National Gallery Christmas Market is a mixed media painting by Dave Watts from Lower Heyford. Framed, £65


Frosty Pines, University Parks by Emma Coleman-Jones is a hand-finished limited edition print, from a charcoal and chalk original. Mounted and framed in oak, £75 or mounted, £40.

The evocative Garden at Night by Headington’s Jane Strother is a collagraph and block print

Footsteps on Magpie Lane, by Jenny Dingwall. £110 (unframed)


Jessica Parker’s Teasels in the snow is a mixed media painting. £495 framed

These glorious red and copper vases by ceramicist Penny Varley are £30 each.

Porcelain Chicken by Eynsham’s Philippa Norris. £80,

Bonnie Resting, a four-plate linocut by Lower Radley’s Susan Wheeler. Mounted £250 and framed, £290.


Corpus Christi at Christmas: Christmas Cards by Thomas Shepherd are £2.50 (with volume discounts)

Frosted Veil, by photographer Wendy Reed is available as a mounted print (A3, total size) for £40

Mirrored by Rosie Taylor from the In The Woods collection. Acrylic on canvas. £800 framed


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