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Culture, Art

Oxfordshire Artists



This month we’ve chosen art that transports you around the world.

Black and Yellow Kinkaku-ji: The Gold Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan by Bicester’s Alexandra Buckle, mounted print, £190,

Ronda, Spain and the art movements of cubism and vorticism inspired Bicester’s Andrew Southwick to paint this in oil on canvas. £850,

contact Andrew via

Champagne Pool, Rotarua, New Zealand by photographer David Bostock. Prints start at £39

Prison Island, Zanzibar by Edwina Sercombe in pastel oil & chalk and acrylic ink. £195.

Charles Bridge, Prague by James Vinciguerra, signed and numbered limited edition giclee print £120

via Etsy /JamesVinciguerra

Japanese Garden, an abstracted photograph from Jane Stillwell various sizes from £55 plus P&P

Doge’s Palace in acrylics by Jeffery Courtney. $3750.

Contact Jeffery via for more information on how to purchase.

Well of Urd by Josie Clouting, inspired by Nordic mythology and travels to Iceland. The Strokkur geyser draws its power from the well of the world tree, Yggdrasil. Acrylic on ply £3,500; A3 prints, £50

Night Swimmers by Nicky Cooney Hand coloured collagraph. From £140 via

The Raptors of Harar (Ethiopia) by Paul Bullivant..£150, free delivery in Oxfordshire.

Canyon, Parque Natural del Rio Dulce, Spain by Penelope Fulljames. Available at £1200 from Burford Garden Company

Moroccan Street by Sue Hill £120. Also available as a greeting card.

Contact Sue via Artweeks


Corinne Bailey Rae
Wed 1 May 2024

Corinne Bailey Rae’s Put Your Records On snap-shotted the summer of 2006. Her most recent release, Black Rainbows came out 2023 and it is obvious to hear how much she is relishing the full range of her unique voice and, as I was to discover when we spoke, her extraordinarily lyrical vocabulary.

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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...

Katie otb8tw
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.