Robin and Rosie teach linocut printmaking courses in a range of venues and formats to all levels of experience from complete beginner to professional artist. Courses last between a few hours, a full day, or our popular two-day course monthly at the Studio. Occasionally we aim to run weeklong courses in the Museums of the University.
Cards ❁ Books ❁ Prints
Robin and Rosie can usually be found at one of their places of work in Oxford: either at the Wytham Studio in the University of Oxford’s Wytham Woods (OX2 8QQ), or at their Workshop at 50 Hurst Street Studios, Oxford (Ox4 1HD). If you intend to visit us in person to see us at work or to purchase items, please contact us beforehand to confirm where we are working. At other times our work can be always be found at a range of galleries and exhibition spaces.
Robin Wilson & Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley
We know that some of our visitors will have concerns about Studio access at Wytham Woods to buy our prints and visit us at work. As always, we recommend reading the accessibility information carefully before planning a visit to the Woods. Normally a Visitor Walking Permit is required to walk at Wytham Woods (available free online, here), but this is not necessary if you are visiting us at the Studio. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions. We ask that visitors who require disabled access to notify us before their visit. Tel. +44 (0)0746 597316 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Outside of predetermined exhibition and open studios events (such as Oxfordshire Artsweeks) there are no regular opening hours, as such, at either The Workshop or the Studio. Because we both run a range of projects above and beyond printmaking, should you want to visit us, we always recommend contacting us before planning your trip. Because both locations serve as workspace and office we are often to be found at one or other location, and you happen to find us in, then you are always most welcome.
The Wytham Studio is located an average of 15 minute walk through the woods from the free public car park at Wytham, the postcode of which is OX2 8QQ. There is level, tarmac pedestrian access to the centre of the woods, which becomes an all-weather surface for the final 200m. The Studio stands in a glade visible from the main track. Disabled access to the Studio is via pre-arranged security gate allowing visitors to drive to the studio. Although we do our best to accommodate all needs, it is worth remembering that Wytham is a woodland, and can be muddy and slippery. You are advised to dress sensibly for the conditions.
Some of Our Latest Projects
Click on the images below to find out more about some of the Wytham Studio's projects, past, present and future.