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Culture, Art

Oxfordshire Artists: New Year


Inspired by the New Year, Oxfordshire Artweeks artists look forward with hope as they begin their preparations for the county’s spring open studios and pop-up exhibition event.

Japanese Kintsugi is a philosophy that treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object. Flowers in a Crackle Jug by Eleanor Campbell, mixed media


Red Sky at Night (Shepherd’s Delight) by Faye Knight promises sunshine in the morning!
Acrylic on a wood panel,

£295 unframed

The phoenix is the perfect emblem for a new start and Gerry Coles’ linocut print Rise Again is available as a greetings card


New Day, acrylics on box canvas, Leilani Jeevaratnam

£450 Contact on Leilani on

A Fox Called Hope by Jane Tomlinson is a limited edition drypoint tinted with watercolour, inspired by the folk art of Ukraine


Snowdrop Magic by Jo Lillywhite heralding the very beginning of spring.

Acrylics £150

Ploughed Field by Kate Hipkiss is a handcut layered paper.


Circle of Life, collage and acrylic, Margaret Horton.


New Dawn, A Wren for Peace, watercolour painting by Ronny Loxton: “I have a new house and studio in Milcombe which will all be ready for an Artweeks open studio event in May - a perfect new beginning”

Another Path, acrylic on canvas, Rosie Taylor,

£800 Contact Rosie via

Solar Radiance III by Sarah Bond, an artist with an interest in renewable energy. Oil on canvas,


Thames Sunrise, an award-winning photograph by Wendy Reed.

Mounted A3 print or mounted and framed at £40 and £75 respectively


Jake Bugg
Tue 2 Apr 2024

Singer-songwriter Jake Bugg will be on stage at the O2 later this month as part of his mission to bring live music back to the heart of Britain’s communities and grassroots venues. He is currently touring the UK in his bid to reinvigorate the local music scene of some of the UK’s smaller cities and towns and took some time out to tell us more.

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Tue 2 Apr 2024

Award-winning quirky and alternative comedian Paul Foot is returning to Oxford this month with his new show, Dissolve which is set to be his most vulnerable and honest yet. We got in touch to find out what we can expect from his performance at Oxford’s New Theatre, as well as – in very Paul Foot fashion – getting side-tracked by King  Tutankhamen, and what  Jesus might have  achieved if  he'd been a plumber...

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Fri 1 Mar 2024

This month, Katie Melua will be in Oxford, helping to launch the Oxford Literary Festival’s new Programme in Georgian Literature and Culture.

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Fri 1 Mar 2024

Described as having a diasporic upbringing, singer-songwriter Namvula is also a gifted photographer and was co-founder of Film Africa, a London-based celebration of African cinema and culture. She now lives in Oxford where she will be performing later this month at The North Wall.