“Empowering Creative Minds”

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See the Local Art tab for art featuring scenes of Oxford.

All images and graphic art are property of individual artists and/or the OAG. None may be reproduced, copied, or printed without written authorization.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Congratulations!

Our president, Pam Locke is the designer of the 2017 Double Decker poster! 

Congratulations!

City Grocery Art Exhibition

Cindy Aune will be exhibiting at City Grocery during the month of January and February.

Great opportunity to experience a wonderful meal and fabulous art.

Frances McEwen Library Show

  The annual Frances McEwen Library Exhibition begins Tuesday, January 24.  The show will be available for viewing during regular library hours through February 26th.

A meet and greet the artists' reception will be held Saturday,
February 11 from 2 - 3:30. 

Stan O'Dell, local figure artist will be demonstrating his techniques at 2:15. 

The public is invited to attend.

6th Annual Youth Art Exhibition




The annual Youth Art Exhibition will be held at the Powerhouse during the month of March.

Sponsored by
Yoknapatawpha Arts Council
and Oxford Artists’ Guild
Entry Rules
1. One entry per student, Preschool to High School Senior. All works must be submitted with a completed application.
2. Must be resident of the city of Oxford or Lafayette County and/or attend a local school (OUS, Regents, Oxford City School District, Lafayette County Schools, Magnolia Montessori).
3. All works must be framed and ready to hang with sturdy hooks. Unframed works will not be accepted.
4. Studio and Gallery Style canvases do not have to be framed, but must have a sturdy wire attached for hanging.
The Powerhouse will not attach your hanging hardware to the back of your frame. As an artist, you
are responsible for having the work ready for hanging. If you have questions regarding
presentation, contact the Powerhouse at 662-236-6429.
5. Drop off date is Friday, March 3rd from 9 am 5 pm. Early or late drop offs will not be accepted.
6. Artwork will be judged based on age categories. Prizes will be awarded with emphasis on originality.
7. Reception and announcement of awards will be made on Tuesday, March 28 from 6-8 at the Powerhouse in conjunction with the Art Crawl.
8. Works are to be picked up on Monday, April 3rd between 9 am 5 pm.
9. All work must be committed for the duration of the show - March 3rd April 3rd
10. YAC and the Oxford Artists’ Guild assumes no responsibility for work lost or broken, however, every precaution will be taken to ensure the safety of work from delivery to pick up.
11. Photographs of your work may be posted on YAC or the artists’ guild website.


Click here for further rules and entry form or visit oxfordarts.com


Sunday, January 22, 2017

New Members

Oxford Artists' Guild welcomes new members Karina Knight and Pamela Leonard.

Karina works in Oils, Acrylics, Watercolor, Graphite, Charcoal, and ceramic.



Pamela works in Watercolor and Pastels. 

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Saturday, November 19, 2016

Biggest, Baddest Art Show in Progress!




The annual Biggest, Baddest Art Show is in progress!


If you haven't had a chance to view the extraordinary talent, come by anytime to the Powerhouse between 9 and 5 Monday through Friday and after hours for special events.

The show will be available until December 19th. 

The show was professionally judged this year by Caron Gallery in Tupelo.  In addition, all reception attendees voted on their favorite work!

Winners are:

Best in Show:  Cecil Bower  - Wooden Vase

1st:   Patricia Weathersby - Xavier - Acrylic

2nd:  Catherine Smith - Moo - Watercolor

3rd:  Debbie Myers - Sunflowers - Watercolor/Mixed Media

Honorable Mention:  Nancy Mitchell - Shoreline - Acrylic

Peoples' Choice:  Tammy Oliver Cook - "Last Light" - Oil




Best in Show - Cecil Bowers


1st - Xavier - Patricia Weathersby






2nd - Moo - Catherine Smith





3rd - Sunflowers - Debbie Myers





Honorable Mention - Shoreline - Nancy Mitchell



To bad, so sad - You missed out on these works!  Jim Hendrix - Early Morning Courthouse, Barbara Baine - Excavating, Caren Watts - 50's Floral, and Janet Barnes - Taylor Grocery are already sold! 




Early Morning Courthouse - Jim Henrix



Excavation - Barbara Baine


Taylor Grocery - Janet Barnes


50's Floral - Caren Watts