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Culture, Art

Oxfordshire Artists: November

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Add Glamour to the season with Oxfordshire artists, designers and makers. See these pieces and many more in the Oxfordshire Artweeks Winter Show on-line artweeks.org/latestshow

Cherries in a Silver Cup in watercoloiurs by Marjorie Collins. Framed £425

Red Berries and Chartreuse by Lin Kerr in oils over collaged images with aluminium on a small panel. £350

Ruby Ruffle Ring by Charlbury jeweller Sarah Pulvertaft, crafted from 18ct gold and rubies. £3,800.

Golden Vase, Fallen Leaf, collage, from a new series by Watlington artist Jaine McCormack. £285.

Hand-crafted stoneware candle holders by Charlotte Storrs from the Greenhouse Gallery. £28 each.

Hammered silver cuff bracelet by jeweller Alison Morris. £85.

Emerald Dragon moon jar made by Debbie Page in ceramic & raku. £60

Chatsworth House, Library, by Paul Minter. Oil on canvas, £750.

Natural sparkle in Frosty Evening, acrylic on a deep cradled wood panel by Julia Ogborne, £75.

Ash Bellows, hand-crafted from wood and leather by Anne Mills in Stanford-in-the-Vale, £250.

Tiny Gems IV, 2022 is a textile piece created with cotton, silk, wool by Julia Engelhardt, £375

Never too soon to start planning; red leather Woodland Hare Christmas Journal, handmade by Sharon Highway of Mallory Journals. £42

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