“Empowering Creative Minds”

If you are interested in any of the art featured on this site, please contact us!

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.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Guild Gallery

Oxford Artists' Guild  now has a gallery!  It is located upstairs in Sugar Magnolia.

47 artists have work on display and for sale.  Artwork is of all media:  Wood Work, Basketry, Pottery, Fiber Art, Watercolor, Acrylic, and Oils.  

Artwork can be found in all price ranges, and a few prints are available.

Members of the Guild Gallery include.

Pamela  Locke     
Janet Barnes        
Rachel Sledge
Tay Morgan
Susan Rose           
Nancy Mitchell    
Catherine Smith
E. M. Skinner
Evan Parks            
Carol Roark
Carol Smith           
Andi Bedsworth  
Lee Ann O’Keefe
Cecil Bowers
June Pryor            
Linda Peters         
Katherine Adams
Tiffeny Owens
Vicki Stevens        
Patricia Gillenwater
Debra Myers     
Cindy Aune          
Hanne Gaycken
Susan Patton
Tammy Cook        
Jennifer Pace
Fergie Crill            
Marya Paolillo      
Jonathan Smith
Lori Leigh Blaylock
Jack Barbera        
Kirstie Manning
Merry Margret Hickman
Mark Barnes
Barbara Baine
Ruth Locke
Kay Bray
Sunny Strauss

2018 Frances McEwen Library Show

Oxford Artists' Guild annual Frances McEwen Library Show will begin on Monday, February 4. 

Members of the guild will be exhibiting artwork of all media including basketry, leatherwork, pottery, woodwork, fiber, watercolor, oil, and acrylic.  Many works are available for purchase. 

Works may be viewed at the public library during regular library hours
from February 4th until March 3rd.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

64 works are featured in this show. Come by and see these beautiful works.

Works by Carol Roark, Tiffeny Owens, Lori Leigh Blaylock, Cecil Bowers (woodwork), Mark Barnes (Basketry), Debbie Myers

Photographs do not reflect the beauty and depth of these awesome works!

Acrylic by June Pryor
Wood work by Cecil Bowers and Kudzo Basket by Mark Barnes

Oil by Carol Roark
The photograph does not do justice to the lighting or texture captured by this talented artist!
Acrylic by Tiffeny Owens
This is a huge impact painting. It is coated in epoxy.  Must see to believe.  It is truly inspiring!

Oil by Lori Leigh Blaylock

Looking for unique, original, local art!

If you are looking for unique, original art, the Oxford Artists' Guild annual exhibition will continue at the Powerhouse through December 18th.

Artists are local and art is in all price ranges.

Here are photos of some of the art that has already sold!
To bad you missed out!
Watercolor by Catherine Smith

Watercolor by Janet Barnes

Artwork by Stan O'Dell

Winners of the 2017 Biggest, Baddest Art Show!

The 2017 Big, Bad Art Show reception was a grand affair! Please go by and see the wonderful art. The exhibition is at the Powerhouse through December 18th.

This years winners are:

Best in Show: Pam Locke - Hwy 35 Overlook
1st: - Stan O'Dell - The Bow
2nd - June Pryor - Be Still
3rd - Angie Crick Cole - Untitled Portrait
Honorable Mention - Lynn Wells - Hello Kitty

People's Choice -
Susan Patton - Moments
Susan Phillips - Peaceful Picnic

Note: All photos are property of the artist and may not be copied or reproduced without written permission.
Best in Show - Pam Locke - Hwy 35 Overlook

1st Place - Stan O'Dell - The Bow
2nd Place - June Pryor - Be Still 

3rd Place - Angie Crick Cole - Untitlied Portrait

HM - Lynn Wells - Hello Kitty
Peoples Choice - Susan Patton - Moments

Peoples Choice - Susan Phillips - Peaceful Picnic

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Biggest, Baddest Art Show

Members of Oxford Artists' Guild

are showcasing new and original works!

The show will exhibit at the Powerhouse in Oxford, MS from now until December 18th.

Works may be viewed Monday through Friday from 9 until 5 or after hours during special events.

Please join us for a meet the artists' reception on Tuesday, November 14th from 6-8.  Refreshments will be served.

Winners from the juried show will be announced and all attendees will have the chance to vote for their favorite piece.