Home is where the art is—Doug Eaton and The Forest of...

Ewan Davis finds Doug Eaton’s unlikely colour palettes faithful to the landscape of the Forest of Dean

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Photos submitted by Jessica Voicu, Catrin Haberfield and Andrew Wood. Keep an eye out for the next competition!

On the look-out: Hilary 2017 in art

Cherwell Visuals brings you this term's calendar of top exhibitions and events not to miss

Holidays: Cherwell Visuals competition

Whether you spent the vac away or at home, send your holiday art to cherwellvisual@gmail.com for a chance to see it in print

Review: RA’s Abstract Expressionism

William Freeman is moved from scepticism to epiphany by this diverse exhibition

Windy colours

Emma Leech recalls her encounter with Henry the homeless artist and his unexpected colour palette

Nativity in art: El Greco, La Tour and Spitzweg

Ewan Davis explores the depiction of the Nativity in 16th, 17th and 19th century art

Nativity in art: Gaddi and Botticelli

Ewan Davis explores the depiction of the Nativity in 14th and 15th century art

Art review: Unreported Worlds

Ellie Siora is confronted by the familiar in the foreign while questioning what it means to be ‘exotic’ at John’s exhibition

Grappling with graffiti

Jorge López Llorente loses himself in the visual trickery of art and graffiti

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