My tranquil garden 'Studio over the Pond' will be open for you to visit on 14th/15th, 18th, and 20th-22nd May from 10 am-5 pm. It will showcase fifty small drawings of Oxford, inspired by a walk through the city early in lock down. Here, I witnessed something extraordinary; Oxford empty of noise, people, cars and even bicycles! There will be a range of cards and prints to buy, plus other original artworks in inks and oils; commissions welcomed. My exhibition will also feature some special sculptural pieces created from soft metal and stone. Please pop along to Appleton Road for a view and a chat, or, if you prefer, make an appointment via my website to view out of hours.
About the artist
Having attended the Ruskin School, I completed a History degree at St. Hugh's College and the 'two strands' of my working life evolved from here. Passionate about observing both past and present, I have combined a teaching career with selling my work on commission. I have recently moved to Cumnor after forty years in Suffolk, where my love of buildings developed and is reflected in my work. I also give talks on Architectural History. My particular specialism is creating bas-relief works in soft metal on stone to create striking pieces, and I provide workshops in this skill on request. New to Oxford Artweeks, I am looking forward to the chance to showcase what I do!
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