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Culture, Art

Oxfordshire Artists: New Faces


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. 


Spring Hare by Brian Britton (Artweeks listing 498; Faringdon)  

Limited edition reduction linoprint. Unframed £80, framed £140 


Sushi Swim by Bry Leighton (Artweeks listing 301, Oxford)  

Handcut paper collage. Mounted and framed, £55 


The Pod by Danielle Fox (Artweeks listing 182; Summertown)  

Ceramics, stoneware. £175 


Make a Wish by Emma Hunt (Artweeks listing 76; Charlbury) 

 Framed Giclée Print £80 - collection only  


Enodia Watching by Ellis Stacey (Artweeks listing 264; Oxford)  

Wooden sculpture in oak and cherry, £550 


Backlit on the Common by Helen Grimbleby (Artweeks venue 436; Little Wittenham)  

Acrylic on canvas. Framed, £300 


The Pilgrim bottle by Joseph Bull (Artweeks listing 132; Wootton-by-Woodstock) 

Tree Ash Glaze overlay and natural fly ash, woodfired for 76 hours in the fire box of OU wood kilns, £650 


Trip by Lorraine Berkshire-Roe (Artweeks listing 275; Littlemore) 

Digital print of original pen and ink illustration, £20  


Victorian Brooch by Seeun Kim (Artweeks listing 491; Wantage) 

Gold-plated Brass, £4,800 


Ceramic flask by Stacey Prigent (Artweeks listing 7; Bicester) 

Stoneware, £85 


Felted table lamp by Susanne Heinrich (Artweeks listing 300; Oxford) 

Norwegian wool on wooden base, £45 


All Saints Church, Chilton by Tim Kapp (Artweeks listing 248; Oxford) 

Oil on canvas, £250  


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