ARTISTS displayed their work in Ewelme as part of a 10-day festival.
Ewelme Pottery, which is run by Harriet Coleridge, welcomed Christine Brewster, John Parrey and Mary Lowry for Oxfordshire Artweeks.
Mrs Coleridge showed her pottery, Mr Parrey his oak sculptures, Mrs Brewster her willow baskets and Mrs Lowry her silk scarves.
There was also a display of cut flowers by florist Rachel Siegfried.
Mrs Coleridge said: “People find the artists more approachable in this setting.
“This is the 15th year we have been doing it so we had quite a lot of repeat visitors this year.”
Tea and cake were served in the garden with the proceeds going to the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust and Book Aid International.
Mrs Coleridge was also selling old stock with 50 per cent of the money raised being donated to the Nepal earthquake appeal.