14 @ Temple Mill

New, Exciting, Diverse, Interesting Mix of Renowned Artists

21st – 30th May 2016

A large grain barn sited close to the house will house all the artists together with a cafe well-stocked with home-made cakes, while an adjoining paddock will provide visitors with space to picnic before/after visiting other local ARTWEEK sites in the area.

Henry Castle 

www.saatchiart.com/henrycastle Highly Collectable, Large Figure Study, Still-Life and Landscapes. Oil on Canvas. Signed, dated and titled on the reverse. 


Bronwen Corrall 

www.corrallceramics.com The two themes of my work are the vessel as a medium for artistic expression and the infinite variations within a natural population. 


Kate Daunt 

Kate has developed her colourful impressionistic collage technique to create landscapes and still life, inspired by nature and travel. 


Elly Dunford Wood 

www.ellydunfordwood.com Handmade jewellery in Elly's signature collectable Style.


Nicola Durrant 

www.durrant-artwork.com A mixed media artist creating work inspired by the beautiful, British landscape. 


Jill Endicott 

www.jillendicott.com Contemporary silver jewellery and Statement necklaces 


Brenda Hayden 

www.brendahayden.com Landscape painter of coastal and woodland scenes, working in drawing, acrylics and mixed media. 


Andy Gill 

Experienced thrower of top quality garden pots as well as other useful home & garden items


Hilary Paine 

Botanical artist, working in watercolour and to scale.


Jenny Pickford

www.jennypickford.co.uk Internationally renowned contemporary artist blacksmith exhibiting across UK inc RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Oxfordshire born & bred 


Jonquil Sabin (Q @ Temple Mill) 

www.at-temple-mill.co.uk Character boards for culinary & display made from wood sourced from farm and about


Mike Spring 

www.lettercarve.com Hand cut, hardwood signs. Engraved kitchen boards and platters. Oil and acrylic paintings inspired by travel.


Jane Stillwell 

www.janesphotography.com Bringing out the beauty and character of plants, portraiture, nostalgia and abstracts. 


Tris Worrall 

Unique mosaic pieces, including fruit bowls and pictures, using individually cut pieces of china. ‘I create mosaic pieces, including fruit bowls, splashbacks and pictures, using old china which is no longer fit for its original purpose. Each object is unique and contains hundreds of small, individually hand cut pieces of china. Prior to moving to Great Rollright in 2013 this was just a hobby but following a successful first exhibition at Oxfordshire Artweeks in 2015 I have received a steady flow of commission work.’