13 Jan-4 March. The Oxfordshire Museum celebrates the career of British textile designer Lucienne Day (1917-2010) whose floral and abstract creations were stocked by major department stores such as John Lewis and Heals in the 1950s.
Considered one of Britain's most influential designers of the postwar generation, Day drew on inspiration from other arts to develop a new style of abstract pattern-making.
This touring exhibition of her work was organised by Arts University Bournemouth in collaboration with the designer's daughter.
In 2017 John Lewis released a limited edition set of cushions with Day's designs to mark the centenary of her birth.
Tues-Sat 10.00-17.00. Sun 14.00-17.00