Old School Art Collective

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Oxford West - City
Ceramics, Digital Art, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Pottery, Wood

The Old School Art Collective is back! Six creatives looking to inspire, provoke and make you smile. After a two-year hiatus, we will be showing a huge range of work from pottery and paintings to wood turning, pyrography, and digital art. With new and returning artists, all exhibiting new work, there’s something for every taste and interest! If you want to make a day of it there’s the Tap Social Bar or the Fishes pub nearby, and lots of other artists in the area.
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Our artists:
Marcus Wattam a potter sharing an antidote to mass-produced homeware with beautiful wheel-thrown cups, bowls and jugs. Bringing the joy of imperfection for all to experience. https://www.instagram.com/old_skool_pottery/
Helen Beech is a pyrographer with a penchant for the scaly, spiky, and squidgy. She produces unique pieces on wooden homeware and gifts which celebrate the weird beauty of quirky creatures. https://www.instagram.com/icarus_pyrography/
Danny Smith has interests in performance, photography, and painting. He has clear artistic intentions: to show independence and demonstrate emotions associated with change and personal empowerment. Danny identifies pride in being a role model for other disabled people. His work has been exhibited within the UK and internationally. Danny is a member of Shadow Light Artists and Film Oxford.
Lula Wattam is a dynamic artist using bold techniques in both painting and drawing. She studied at school in Oxford and is now completing a Masters in London. Lula uses various genres in her art and has been described as playful, colourful and vibrant. https://www.instagram.com/somenicemess/
John Rendle is a talented wood turner working with found and responsibly sourced timber to produce one-off pieces of wooden homeware. Each piece created with attention to the unique patterns and fissures of the wood. From wood-turned bowls and plates to delicately produced wooden vases, John’s work is tactile, warm, and beautiful. https://www.instagram.com/john.rendle.16/
Lizzie Shannon-Little is an artist producing vibrant abstract paintings that combine powerful mark-making and bold colour. Her latest work uses maps of Oxford as canvases, providing a jumping point into explorations of movement and connection, resulting in work that is kinetic and energetic. She is a Trustee of WOA Gallery in Bampton and an Associate at OVADA. https://www.instagram.com/eshannonlittle/


Old School, 140 North Hinksey Lane
The Old School
07545 379856
Facilities available: 
Refreshments, Parking

Opening Dates and Times

May 2022