Oxford Art Society welcomes all artists within a 50-mile radius of Oxford, to participate by entering work for annual Open Exhibition, where selected work is shown.
To become a member of Oxford Art Society you will need to submit work; painting, sculpture or printmaking and have it accepted in at least two of the annual Open Exhibitions. The Committee reviews all prospective new members’ work during the exhibitions and will invite artists whose work is deemed to be of merit.
Johannes von Stumm, FRBS
Chair: Lucy Stopford
Deputy Chair: Wendy Newhofer
Honorary Secretary: Deborah Digby
Treasurer: Giles Barraclough
Martin Smith: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Burgess, DA (Manc), ATD
Tom Coates, PPRP, RWS, RBA
Lady Mary Moser
Joseph W Winkleman, PPRE, RWA, Hon RWS
1892-1902 Prof Sir Hubert Von Herkomer, RA, RWS, RE
1903-1906 John Fulleylove, RI
1907-1908 Prof Sir Charles Holmes, MA
1909-1921 Walter S S Tyrrwhitt, RBA, FRSA
1922-1934 Prof Arthur Thompson, FRCS, LL D, DCL, DSC
1935-1936 Sir Montague Pollock, Bart
1936-1949 Albert Rutherstone, Hon MA, RWS
1950-1964 Percy Horton, MA, ARCA
1965-1975 Lord Redcliffe-Maud, GCB, CBE, MA
1976-1988 Lord Goodman, CH, MA, LL M
1989-1997 Donald Hamilton Fraser, RA, RE
1998-2004 Patrick Procktor, RA
2005-2013 Tom Phillips, CBE, RA
2014- Johannes von Stumm, FRBS
OAS Secretary: email@example.com
Please inform Martin Smith of any awards received, or prestigious gallery acceptances.
We are happy to announce any solo exhibitions by OAS members.
A festival which runs through May and encourages local arts to open their
studios and exhibit work to the public.
OVADA (Oxfordshire Visual Arts Development Agency) exists to facilitate
and promote access to high quality visual arts for all the residents of and
visitors to Oxfordshire.
The OPC is an open access Fine Art Print Workshop which offers a high standard
of printmaking facilities for people whose special interest is printmaking.
The Oxford Sculptors Group consists of over 90 established sculptors based in
Oxfordshire and surrounding counties.
The Oxford Art Society Associates (a separate organisation from the Oxford Art Society) organises arts lectures in Oxford, which cover a diverse range of topics and are delivered by experts in their field. Lectures are held on Mondays, twice during each term.
From top-notch shows and visual arts exhibitions the new venue is a brilliant
home for arts, entertainment and culture in Didcot.
Working with artists from around the world, our pioneering programme enables
audiences and communities to participate in and engage with contemporary art.
West Ox Arts Gallery in Bampton is the centre for an association of artists many of whom exhibit in the gallery. WOA holds up to sixteen exhibitions a year showing a wide range of contemporary, high quality art and crafts by local and national artists and makers.
We feature predominantly Oxfordshire Artists alongside a selection of
carefully selected British Artists & Craft persons.
www.broadcanvas.co.uk Oxford’s premier art and craft materials supplier. A valued supporter of Oxford Art Society.
The Jam Factory is an arts centre, restaurant and bar situated in the west end of Oxford. Designed to encourage the participation and appreciation of the visual arts on all levels.