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Oxfordshire Artweeks: Winter Showcase


This month, we’re taking seasonal stroll with Oxfordshire Artweeks. These are all pieces drawn from their winter showcase online. Visit to see more.

This hammered silver pendant with labradorite, crafted by Adderbury’s Alison Morris, is available to buy for £85.

Hard Times, a signed and numbered limited edition print by Andrew Forkner, £28

Holly Bunches, digital art by Bicester’s Celine Beaugrand. £50

David William’s assorted carved pebbles glitter with a Christmas star. Prices approx. £15 each.

Estate Barn, Winter by Headington’s Jane Strother is a mixed media painting. £400.

Winter Lights by Etain O’Carroll is a crystal archive photographic print available for £40

The North Wind Doth Blow is an original watercolour painting by Eynsham’s Jane Tomlinson. unframed, £245 or a digital file is also available for £37

Red Barn, a hand-cut paper image by Kate Hipkiss, is available at £85

Mountain Sunrise by Lis Mann, in mixed media, acrylic paint and manipulated fabric on canvas. £65

This Robin linocut by Lower Radley’s Susan Wheeler is £150 unframed or framed, £170.

Balliol College at Christmas, Broad Street, Oxford by Thomas Shepherd. Drawn with Indian Ink, ink wash, and polychrome pencil. £300 or christmas card are £2.50 each (sets available).

Snow and Beech, captured by photographer Wendy Reed, mounted in A4 and A3 sizes, £20 and £40 respectively.


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