Into the Light

Works from the storeroom May 14th – June 8th 2016 A chance to see some of our artworks again….


TATYANNA MEHARRY 9 April – 11 May Exhibition Opening Sunday 10th April at 1pm “Growing up as the grand-daughter of artist Doris Lusk I was able to participate in a unique life story. … Continue reading

Garlands in the Mist

An exhibition by Mark Lander with help from members of the North Canterbury community 27th February – 6th April 2016 ‘Paper is just made from plant fibre’ Just a simple statement in casual… Continue reading

First exhibitions of 2016

30th January -24th February Christchurch Memories – watercolours by Ivan Button Rangiora artist Ivan Button reflects on Christchurch both pre and post earthquake. Ivan paints in the gallery Come along to the gallery… Continue reading

Small Works

17th December 2015 – 27th January 2016 Our “Small Works” exhibition, featuring works by 24 artists, is now open! All artworks are under $400, starting from under $50, and everything can be taken… Continue reading

Art for a Cause

ARTS IN OXFORD TO HOST FUNDRAISER FOR VICTIMS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING Starting 21 November, a three week exhibition is taking place at Arts in Oxford to raise money for Hagar International, a charitable… Continue reading

“Pulse of the Land” and “Limbs”

The gallery has two new exhibitions coming up, and opening on Saturday 17th October, and to which you are invited. “Pulse of the Land” shows a collection of ceramic pots and vessels by Jane McCulla… Continue reading

2016 Desk Calendar

Some of our exhibiting artists have kindly contributed images of their work to appear in this desk calendar which Arts in Oxford is producing as a fundraiser for the gallery. Arts in Oxford… Continue reading


SHIMMER PAINTINGS BY WAYNE SEYB 22 August – 16 September Exhibition Opening Saturday 22 August @ 3pm Abstract Painting 1 day Workshop Sunday 30 August $140 This exhibition is a selection of abstract… Continue reading

Midwinter Sparkle & Hot off the Press

25th July – 20th August 2015 The sun shining on the Torlesse Range isn’t the only thing sparkling in Oxford at the moment. “Midwinter Sparkle” is the one of two exhibitions that has… Continue reading