Opening hours: Mon 10-4pm, Tues-Sat 10-5:30pm.
Draw A Dog | A competition for children in Oxfordshire aged 4-11
To celebrate the launch of ‘The Dog Show’ by Catherine Rayner in the Spring, we’re inviting children in Oxfordshire to send in their drawings of dogs and the chance to win some fantastic prizes!
Jane MuirNew ceramic sculpture
Serene smiles and details expressing a gentle humour, Jane Muir's figurative sculptures have a joyous, immediate appeal. This time we have received a new collection of little ladies and men, large figurative pieces, small white snowbirds and a colourful garden scene.
Angie LewinFramed wood engravings
Exquisite recent wood engravings by Angie Lewin have recently arrived.
Intricately detailed and beautifully observed, see motifs of flowers, and arrangements of objects, feathers and seedheads in Angie's distinctive attention to shapes and botanical patterns.
Framed in a slim oak frame, take a closer look at 'Dahlias and Anemones' or browse among the updated selection of prints on the gallery website.
Catherine Rayner | New paintings and printsAward-winning author and illustrator
Visitors can now enjoy award-winning author and illustrator Catherine Rayner's new work in the gallery, showing her characterful portrayals of animals captured with poignancy and charm.
A very special collection of small-scale original paintings in liquid acrylic, watercolour, inks, pencil and ink, Catherine's use of bright colours and lively, expressive line suggest animated, spirited creatures, as if they are just about to hop off the page, but also touching moments of contemplation and stillness.
Also on display in the gallery are framed screenprints of favourite characters such as 'Moses' the squirrel, 'Rosa and Scarlett' the piglets, and 'Molly, Meredith and Paddy' the hare and her two leverets.