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 fayeknight.art
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 email@example.com
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 jolillywhiteart.co.uk
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 wendyreedphotography.co.uk