Welcome to OxfordArtist online

I am an Oxford based artist specialising in watercolours and line & wash. Scroll down for some of my more recent posts. Clicking on images should take you to a larger image on a single post page or you can view galleries for some of my artwork – from Oxford and further afield, including various […]

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St. James’s Church at Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Oxfordshire

The charming village of Brightwell-cum-Sotwell is just to the west of Wallingford in southern Oxfordshire. The village is actually two villages – Brightwell and Sotwell – that have grown and been paired together. This might account for its sprawling and sometimes confusing layout. Apparently, it has four churches – so far I have only found […]

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A view of Exeter College from Ship Street, Oxford

Out and about yesterday and making the most of some brief spells of sunshine. Here’s my take on a view down Ship Street in Oxford, with the sun reflecting off Exeter College and the college chapel spire.

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A drawing of Borough Market, London

If you check out my artwork you’ll also find a watercolour of this view – but here’s an original drawing – possibly the basis for different interpretations as well.

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Carfax Scooter

My watercolour study of a Yamaha delivery scooter – seen parked up next to Carfax in central Oxford. Delivery scooters are fairly common around certain parts of Oxford – usually zapping down the Cowley Road or parked up waiting for business next to St. Michael’s at the Northgate. This one a little off the beaten […]

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‘The House of the Fishes’ Alicante

A view of this decorated house in the Ravel Roig district in Alicante, Spain. The house is on the edge of an area formerly associated with fishing, not far from the old marina and just across from the Marina Railway Station. It is decorated with plaster images of fish, rays and King Neptune amongst other […]

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A sketch of Stokesey Castle

Stokesey Castle is more properly known as a fortified Manor House. Part of its charm is that it consists of a harmonious mixture of building styles that together with the adjacent church forms a unique and pleasing whole. Here is a view of the Castle from the nearby Churchyard.

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