In July we are pleased to be hosting a mixed exhibition celebrating different bodies, by different artists, in media including stone, pastel, paint, pencil and fabric. Don't miss this exciting showand please join us for the opening reception on Saturday 4 July from 12 to 2. Share a glass of wine and nibbles and meet the artists.
Charismatic local artist, Jane Vaux, will be holding a course of acrylic painting lessons each Wednesday from 3rd June to 1st July 2015. Jane has a huge passion for the sea and the variety of light,textures and colours that are created along the coast. Her paintings are contemporary, and as well as realistic depictions, can be abstract, impressionistic or free style, covering a variety of subjects.
The Brian Sinfield Gallery is one of the most prestigious exhibition spaces outside London for contemporary painting and one of the longest established galleries in the Cotswolds. We specialise in20th Century, traditional and semi-abstract work by mainly British artists, and also hold a select group of sculpture, mainly bronze. Whether working with widely-acclaimed artists or emerging talent, our focus is on depth, tone and originality.
HemingwayArt is rapidly becoming one of the leading contemporary art galleries near Oxford. Our exhibitions showcase new work by leading emerging and established contemporary artists, and we offer awide range of original works of contemporary art for sale online as well as in our gallery - paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture.
OVADA is an umbrella organisation delivering services directly and in partnership with others. In 2005, the organisation undertook the renovation and expansion of the X-Change Gallery in GloucesterGreen and re-launched the dedicated visual arts space as OVADA Gallery. After five years of successful exhibitions and events, OVADA vacated the Gallery in summer 2010 to allow for the re-development of the Old Fire Station complex.
Jenny Blyth has twenty-five years background in contemporary art. She was curator at Saatchi Gallery 1990-2002 and ran a floating gallery for ten years thereafter, originating projects and mountingexhibitions largely in London and Oxford. Jenny Blyth Fine Art now has a permanent gallery space at ART JERICHO, 6 King St, Oxford OX2 6DF and provides a consultancy service for both artists and collectors. Rose-Marie Caldecott who exhibited in August 2014 is currently gallery assistant.
Restaurant, bar and gallery, the Jam Factory has become a safe haven for the fresh food lovers and art enthusiasts of Oxford. Located in the heart of the west end, just a stones throw from Oxfordtrain station, bus station, city centre shops, The Saïd Business School and Oxford's dreaming spires, the Jam Factory champions an unrivalled commitment to freshness and quality, served with a layed back and welcoming ethos.
Sinolink Gallery, a specialist in arts and artworks, was opened on January 1, 2011, in the historical City of Oxford, England. The gallery collects, exhibits and sells various arts and artworks,mainly from Chinese artists. These include oil painting, water colours, Chinese painting, bamboo and antique.
Fusion Arts is a catalyst for creativity in Oxford, and beyond. Since 1977 we have connected artists with communities, and inspired hundreds of bespoke creative projects. Through the transformationalpower of the arts, we respond to challenging social circumstances by delivering meaningful and inclusive artistic experiences.
The project will raise funds for the work of The Art Room and is supported by long-term partner, the Columbia Threadneedle Foundation. As seen in the October edition of House and Garden UK, we'reproud to offer our make-your-own-clock sets. Including a small wooden clock, mechanism and hands, small pots of paint and a paint brush, they're ideal for birthday parties, gifts or simply a creative activity to enjoy at home.