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Ruth Swain has been shortlisted for the Signature Art prize for emerging graduates / artists for her iconic lockdown watercolour – Essentials. Ruth we are proud to have you as a member of OAS. Congratulations.
“I am writing to share the sad news that my husband, Robert Sloper, passed away on Friday, 29th January. He valued his membership of OAS and the many exhibitions and events over the years. He was always pleased when one of his paintings was selected to appear in the OAS exhibitions. Robert was a keen […]
8 February 2021 at 5.00pm. A zoom lecture to the Oxford Art Society AssociatesFor more information visit the OASA page Richard Ormond at the time of gifting a collection of letters, sketches and memorabilia to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, towards the establishment of the John Singer Sargent Archive (Boston Globe, June 2015 […]
The Pastel Society Annual Exhibition 2021 is holding its 122nd exhibition at the Mall galleries and we have four artists showing their work there. It is on from 27 January 2021 to12 February 2021, and you can see the online-preview now and book your timed tickets.
Celebrate! This giraffe sculpture, Majestic Twiga was shortlisted in the David Shepherd Wildlife Artist of the Year Award and was accepted in the Open Oxford Art Exhibition. It is by our newly elected member, Suzanne Abel and we are delighted that it has just been sold (at Fillingdon Fine Arts Gallery)
34 Walton Street, Jericho.3 December- 23 January and by appointment from 27 Dec- 8 January.Tuesday-Saturday 11-6, Closed Sunday and MondayContact- firstname.lastname@example.org The first of many shows will feature various artists and there will be changing exhibitions each month. In March there will be an all-women’s exhibition in celebration of International Woman’s Day.
Congratulations Jane on having your work accepted in this prestigious exhibition. The New English Art Club exhibits the very best in figurative and painterly work in the UK and this year the exhibition is a virtual one. Browse and Buy Work From the Exhibition Today. All work is available to buy online. https://discerningeye.org/
Sir Peregrine Worsthorne, a former editor of the Sunday Telegraph, passed away in early October. Celia Montague painted his portrait at his home in 2012, and it has been published alongside a piece about him in The Critic magazine by the journalist Daniel Johnson.https://thecritic.co.uk/issues/november-2020/elegant-defender-of-lost-causes/
“Following on from his Exhibition “A Darker Shade” in January 2020 at The North Wall, Kevin Line RBSA OAS decided to compile a book of his work from when he started in 2009 to that date. An imperfect 10 years of imperfect work. This is a a high quality coffee table book illustrating the last 10 […]
Thank you for visiting our very first virtual exhibition. It is down to the efficiency and expertise of Lin Kerr and Harriet Eagle, and the adaptability of all those involved, that OAS was able to deliver our 2020 Open Exhibition and annual Young Artist Competition showcasing the very best local talent online in spite of […]