34 Walton Street, Jericho.3 December- 23 January and by appointment from 27 Dec- 8 January.Tuesday-Saturday 11-6, Closed Sunday and MondayContact- email@example.com 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 […]
The final piece chosen for the award is an amusing painting by Laura Gould: You should not peek at Goblin Men – watercolour, pencil and gold leaf. A3 – (not for sale). Esther Lafferty who was invited to choose three pieces (in no particular order) for the Guest Selector’s award said: “This painting kept pulling me back […]
The Guest Selector’s Prize of £100 of Broad Canvas online vouchers to three artists (in no particular order) from our 2020 Open Exhibition. Another piece chosen by Esther Lafferty for the Guest Selector’s prize is Yoga Pose 4 by Myrica Jones which is an ink drawing 59cm x 66cm. Congratulaitons. Esther Lafferty says: ‘This is an […]
We are delighted to announce that in addition to our annual Young Artist Competition, this year we will be awarding The Guest Selector’s Prize of £100 of Broad Canvas online vouchers to three artists from our 2020 Open Exhibition. OAS asked guest selector Esther Lafferty, director of Oxford Artweeks, to select three artworks for the […]
Welcome from Lucy Stopford, Chairman of Oxford Art Society ‘I really am left with a great deal of hope for the future of the visual arts if it’s in the hands of young artists like these’ Philip Pullman (Oxford Art Society Young Artist Competition Judge 2020) Welcome to the Oxford Art Society’s first online exhibition. Browse our […]
This October, the Oxford Art Society (OAS) present their annual Open Exhibition, into which both the 200-strong membership of the OAS and potential new members can submit their work for consideration. Each of the 240 pieces of art on show was chosen for its quality, interest, excitement and originality, by a five-strong panel, which included […]
50 works were selected from 3,300 artworks and this piece by Harriet Eagle, our Exhibitions Manager was selected. We are very proud to have such talented people in Oxford Art Society. Lin Kerr asked Harriet to tell us more about the award: Harriet said: ‘It is a huge honour to have been one of the […]
Still life – Charcoal on paper – was selected for the RWA 168th Exhibition. Line has been selected for 10 consecutive years at RWA. GofH Silversmith was also selected for the RBSA Prize Exhibition. It is on exhibition in Birmingham.