Robin Wilson
Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley

Printmaking ✿ Anthropology ✿ Ceramics Kilns


The Wytham Studio | University of Oxford | Wytham Woods | Oxford OX2 8QQ.

Wytham Woods is 1000 acres of ancient semi-natural woodland, owned and maintained by the University of Oxford and a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is one of the most researched pieces of woodland in the world, and home to the to the Oxford Anagama Kiln project and the Wytham Studio. Both offer a diverse range of arts and environmental activities throughout the year which are open to the public.

Linocut of Wytham woods by Rosie Fairfax-Cholmeley (2018)

This video is the fourth in an ongoing series of short documentaries following the academic research at Wytham Woods, and taken from the perspective of the researchers engaged in it.  The rest of the series, and the newer episodes can be found on the University of Oxford’s website HERE.  


Scroll the images for a quick look at some of the recent linocut images by Robin and Rosie.  A much greater range of images can be found on the Gallery page.


The Wytham Studio is located in the heart of Wytham Woods.  The free public car park can be found by following the postcode OX2 8QQ, and you can walk to the studio in 15 minutes easy walk along well marked paths.  Be sure to contact us if you intend to visit, or if you require special access by car.  Also bear in mind that  because we work in a range of locations, and are often abroad or teaching in the centre of town or at our other Workshop on Hurst Street in Oxford City, that the studio is not always open.


Tel: (++44)(0)7946 597 316

The Wytham Studio | University of Oxford | wytham Woods | Oxford OX2 8QQ

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