Merry Christmas

To Friends  and Visitors at Arts in Oxford  –   Season’s Greetings! The gallery is closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day,  but after that is open Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 am –… Continue reading

‘Now and Then’ – December/January exhibition by Belinda Weir

The gallery is delighted to be showing  Belinda Weir’s oil paintings depicting the Mackenzie High Country.  This exhibition is now on and finishes on 17th January 2018. Hot weather, but really cool paintings!… Continue reading

Now and Then…

Belinda Weir’s solo exhibition of past and present works is accompanied by two portfolio books, and you have the opportunity to meet the artist when she is working in the gallery.  She lives… Continue reading

“Sanctuary” Exhibition

Our next exhibition is called Sanctuary – a group show by twenty artists working in a variety of mediums; prints, painting and sculpture.  The artists and the gallery are donating a percentage of the… Continue reading

Precious Treasures & Memories

Anna Schoolderman’s Previous Treasures, and Vicki Knudsen’s Memories are exhibitions of paintings that arose out of overseas travel.   Anna Schoolderman writes: “Precious Treasures” is about the really important things of life. Not the… Continue reading

Oxford’s Wearable Arts Entries at Gallery

  Detail of some of the winning costumes entered in Oxford’s Wearable Arts event held at the Oxford Area School on 26 August 2017.  These, and other costumes, will be at the gallery… Continue reading

c h a n g e

 Change is the title of the gallery’s latest exhibition, opening on Saturday 26 August 2017     Designed as an opportunity for the gallery’s artists to respond to the theme of ‘change’, the… Continue reading

Panel Discussion : Braided Rivers & Migratory Birds

Hear what experts have to say on the state of our rivers and the endangered shorebirds and join in the discussion. 15 July at 3pm in the gallery. Gold coin donation appreciated.

School Holiday #TheFlockNZ Workshops

Workshops for children and their parents/caregivers are to be held again at the gallery.  A chance again to make birds to join #TheFlockNZ, and see them in the gallery and outside in the… Continue reading

I See Red – Charlotte Davis & Jan Robertson

  I See Red can be interpreted in a number of ways – be it about emotions, social commentary, fact, the colour itself, or perhaps a play on words. Charlotte Davis creates mixed… Continue reading