Today I headed for Braziers Park near Wallingford to the studio of the under appreciated sculptor John Buckley. His rarely opened studio will be open again next weekend and the following weekend. Castaway 56 - John Buckley: Sculptor. Locally,
I wrote this to promote the Bagley Wood Fun Run (in The Oxford Times) The village of Kennington is squeezed into a narrow track of land between Bagley Woods and the River Thames. The ancient woodland was first mentioned in
Oxtopia is FULL! Read the Castaway Blog Here. Qu Leilei , Roger Bannister, Dwina Gibb, Peggy Seeger & and sad news about Bill Heine
HOW DID IT ALL BEGIN IN 2007 ? (Scroll down to find SOME of the 120 inspirational life stories I had the privilege to record. See who interests you & click on the PDF ) I am a fan of
The quest for knowledge is possibly the most inspiring quality in the V&A Leonardo da Vinci exhibition, writes SYLVIA VETTA.
Self-assembly furniture began in the days of the British Empire as a series of antique exhibitions show, writes SYLVIA VETTA.
You can see and read some of the reviews listed below on this url.url My first non-antiques feature in Weekend magazine, The Oxford Times’ equivalent of Time Out appeared in early January 2004. The arts editor, Chris Gray, titled it
Newsquest have syndicated a lot of the reviews listed below. Here is one of them. Maybe it is down to my Cornish heritage but I loved reviewing this exhibition. http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/leisure/history_heritage/8958121.Alfred_Wallis_and_Ben_Nicholson__Compton_Verney/ Until recently I wrote two reviews a month for Weekend
Pictures: Qu Leilei and I outside his childhood weekend home in The Summer Palace, The Stars March to Tiananmen Square (1979) Right:Weimin He's picture at the ROQ site inspired by my poem An Artist Observes .Castaway No
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I sometimes think that the Oxtopians have become a club. They are all so different and come from such diverse backgrounds that many would never have met without their castaway experience They may be very different but they like each other!
It looks like Weimin He's insightful depictions of the development of the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter will remain on display for 3 or 4 years. Take the newly created short cut between Walton Street and Woodstock Road and you will see his