Molly Brooke Palmer | Claire Parker

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Headington - City
Ceramics, Drawing, Miscellaneous, Mixed Media, Multidisciplinary, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textiles

A collection of queer artists exploring the theme of domesticity across a range of media including textiles, print, and paint.

Molly Brooke Palmer
Molly (she/they) is a queer artist who create pieces using natural materials, including foraged berry dyes, textiles, mushroom ink, leaf prints, spore prints, and clay. She is fascinated by the seen and unseen, boring and beautiful, the domestic, the perfectly imperfect. She works across many mediums including print, punch needle, drawing, and ceramics. / @mollysartlife

Al Hill
Al Hill (he/they) is a multidisciplinary artist who’s current intrests involve fiber arts. Throughout his work he appropriates traditional “womens” crafts to tell queer and trans narratives. Al Hill graduated Camberwell College of Arts in 2020, he now lives in Oxfordshire.

Claire Parker
Claire (she/her) is attracted by the small rituals of everyday life. Predominantly working in video, drawing, and animation, she is particularly interested by the idea of the bathroom as an intimate and private space, and by how far we can empathise with everyday objects. With a background in Modern Languages, she sees art as a kind of translation. / @funny_little_marks

E L West
E L West (they/them) is a Disabled & non-binary visual artist who explores identity through an interdisciplinary practice. They graduated Camberwell College of Arts in 2019 and now live and work in Oxfordshire. West often uses textiles in their practice, in 2021 they were commissioned by the Rebel Dykes to create a quilt responding to the Greenham Common archive. / @tepidpaper

Getting here: The Studio is easy to get to using public transport. There is a bus stop right outside, near Gipsy Lane and Oxford Brookes Headington campus. You can take the 8, 9, park & ride 400, X32, 275 or 280 bus. The house is on the street just behind the bus stop on the main road, and will be marked with an Oxfordshire Artweeks flag.

Accessibility: If you give us advance notice we can make sure a parking space is available to you. There is a small step to get into the house, but everything is on the ground floor. The corridor is narrow. If you have any specific accessibility needs, let us know beforehand and we will do our best to accommodate you.


210 Headington Road
07928 130527
Facilities available: 
Open Studio, Demonstrations, Refreshments

Opening Dates and Times

May 2024