Opening hours: Tues-Sat 10-5:30pm.
Mychael BarrattExhibition Catalogue
Mychael BarrattA Tale of Two Cities | Artist's Talk
Artist's Talk & Opening Event
Mychael Barratt will be in attendance on 21st January for ‘On the Shoulders of Giants’ launch day.
A gifted and entertaining speaker, Mychael Barratt will inspire you with his tales from the printmaking studio and discuss the inspiration he’s found in London and Oxford, two cities joined by well worn paths.
The opening event will start at 12pm and the talk will be at 2pm, the talk will be a seated event.
We anticipate this event will be popular, so please RSVP if you’d like to join us for the artist’s talk.
Book your place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison Pullen | New PaintingsInteriors
We are delighted to add four new Alison Pullen paintings to the gallery's collection. Including this beautiful study of th Randolph Gallery in the Ashmolean Musuem, Oxford. On of the key characteristics of Alison's practice is that she always works in situ; we are very grateful to all the venues that allow her to come and create her work.
Helen SlaterCast Glass Sculpture
New collection - featuring opaline glass
'These pieces are cast in the kiln, during which at least two glass drawings are floated in the semi-liquid glass.
In addition to the images these new works have begun to explore colour and in so doing create a personal colour pallet. To do this, I am working with an Opaline Glass, which changes from clear to white opaque depending upon how it is heated in the kiln. This overlay, of a controllable semi-white element, allows me to produce subtle hues and pastels within the glass composition.'
David Rhys JonesNew Collection
A new collection of David Rhys Jones' innovative sculptures have arrived at the gallery. Taking images from 18th Century engravings, David prints them onto enamel panels which are mounted into steel frames.
Many of the new sculptures feature Oxford, the Racliffe Observatory, Magdalen Colleges & Christ Church.
David has also created a new collection of mini terracotta plates, fetauring scenes from 18th Century life, a washing line, a man and his dog, people talking.