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Myles Oxenford

Booby’s Bay towards Constantine Bay

Booby’s Bay towards Constantine Bay

oil on board
50 x 40cm
£1200
Bridleway by St Michaels Mount

Bridleway by St Michaels Mount

oil on board
20 x 60cm
£950
Cot Valley towards the Brisons
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Cot Valley towards the Brisons

oil on board
30 x 29cm
Field above Mounts Bay

Field above Mounts Bay

oil on board
40 x 35cm
£695
Gunwallow (Church Cove)
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Gunwallow (Church Cove)

oil on canvas
70 x 70cm
Lankidden
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Lankidden

oil on board
40 x 30cm
Loe Beach, Porthleven
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Loe Beach, Porthleven

oil on board
50 x 80cm
Mousehole Harbour, Low Tide
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Mousehole Harbour, Low Tide

oil on board
50 x 40cm
Portheras Cove
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Portheras Cove

oil on board
40 x 30cm
Porthmeor

Porthmeor

oil on board
40 x 50cm
£1200
Rinsey
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Rinsey

oil on board
40 x 30cm
Sennen towards Gwenver

Sennen towards Gwenver

oil on board
42 x 40cm
£950
Towards Gurnards Head
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Towards Gurnards Head

oil on board
40 x 30cm
Towards St. Michael’s Mount
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Towards St. Michael’s Mount

oil on board
50 x 40cm

“In my work I enjoy balancing between figuration and abstraction. I experiment with colour and brushmark in an aim to capture the atmosphere and experience of being in a landscape.”

Myles Oxenford lives and works in rural Cornwall where he explores the surrounding landscapes to inspire his painting. He has been showing his work in galleries throughout the U.K since 2000.

1977                Born Plymouth

EDUCATION           
1996            Leith School of Art , Edinburgh
1997 – 00    Falmouth College Of Arts ( BA HONS)

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2014               Northcote Gallery, London – Alba Cymru Kernow
2011               Northcote Gallery, London
2008               Corwall Contemporary, Cornwall
2007               Thompsons Gallery, London
Cornwall Contemporary, London
2006              Thompsons Gallery, London
2004              Great Atlantic Gallery, Cornwall
2003              Royal Cornwall Museum

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019              ‘Contemporary Landscape’ with Alasdair Lindsay & Paul Wadsworth, Cornwall Contemporary
2017               AAF, Caroline Horn Fine Arts – London
2017               Mixed Show, David Simon – Bath
2017               Summer show , Mcallister and Thomas – Surrey
2017               Mixed show, Martins Gallery -Cheltenham
2017               Chelsea art Fair – London
2017               House and garden fair – London
2017               Fresh Art Fair – Cheltenham
2016               Mixed Summer show – Mcallister and Thomas – Surrey
2016               House and Garden Spirit of Summer
2015               Two person show – Mcallister and Thomas – Surrey
Caroline Horn – Mixed Show – Art in The Barn – Hampshire
2014               Chelsea Art Fair
2014               Afordable Art Fair Battersea
2013               STRARTA Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London
AAF Battersea London
Cambridge Art Fair
2012             Northcote Gallery, London Martins Gallery, Cheltenham
2011              Art London, Chelsea, Northcote Gallery
2010             Three Person Show, Thompsons Gallery London
St Ives School, Martins Gallery, Cheltenham
Jubilee Pool, Cornwall Contemporary
2009            Martins Gallery, Cheltenham
Cornwall Contemporary
The Howard De Walden Art Prize, London
The Discerning Eye Art Prize, London
2008             Thompsons Gallery, London
2008             Broadway Modern, Worcestershire
2007             St Ives Art Colony in Transition, Martins Gallery, Cheltenham
St Ives Art Colony in Transition, Thompsons Gallery, London
2007             Broadway Modern Worcestershire
2006             Cornwall Contemporary Thompsons Gallery, London
2005             Thompsons Gallery, City, London
2004            Great Atlantic Gallery, Cornwall
Thompsons Gallery, Marybone, London
Thompsons Gallery, Aldeburgh
2003            Discerning Eye Art Prize, London Thompsons Gallery, London
2002            Unicorn Gallery, London

AWARDS & PRIZES
2009           The Discerning Eye Art Prize

Cornwall Contemporary

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