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Stunning artwork from OneOak offcuts

posted on October 25, 2011

Robin Wilson and Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley of Flagstone Press have produced two stunning prints using small wooden offcuts from boards used by other craftspeople working with the OneOak tree.

Robin Wilson's carving "Great tit landing" in progress using wood from the OneOak tree

Robin Wilson's carving "Great tit landing" in progress using wood from the OneOak tree

In contrast to their usual carving of softer woods and lino board, Robin told us that the oak was difficult to work but I think you’ll agree that the results are wonderful.

Great tit landing by Robin Wilson

Great tit landing by Robin Wilson of Flagstone Press

The sow and the acorn by Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley of Flagstone Press

The sow and the acorn by Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley of Flagstone Press

Robin and Rosie are currently Artists in Residence at the University of Oxford’s Wytham Woods.

 

 


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