Myles Oxenford

 

David Austin Roses and Ranunculus     
oil on canvas, 2018
70 x 80cm 

 

Narcissus Sentinel
oil on board, 2018
30 x 40cm

 

 

Cyclamen
oil on board, 2018
30 x 25cm

 

 

Mousehole Harbour

oil on board

49 x 40cm
 

 

 

Man's Head, Towards
St Ives
oil on board, 2018
52 x 29cm

 

 

Boobys Bay - South
oil on board
30 x 40cm

 

 

Smeatons Pier St Ives  

oil on canvas
70 x 80cm

 

 

Porthmeor
oil on board, 2018
120 x 30cm
Sold

 

 

 

Dwyryd Estuary, Portmerion, Wales 

Myles Oxenford
oil on board, 2018
30 x 40cm

 

 

Peonies

oil on board, 2017

30 x 30cm

 

 

Anemones

oil on board, 2017

30 x 30cm

 

 

Pink & White Ranunculus

oil on board, 2017

50 x 40cm

 

Sennen 

Myles Oxenford    
oil on board, 2018
60 x 50 cm

 

 

Aberdovey Estuary, Gwynedd, Wales
Myles Oxenford
oil on board, 2018
30 x 40cm

 

 

Godrevy 
Myles Oxenford
oil on board, 2018    
60 x 50cm

 

 

Tregirls Beach

Myles Oxenford
oil on board

30 x 40cm

 

 

Prussia Cove

Myles Oxenford
oil on board

30 x 30cm

 

 

Kynance Cove Shoreline

Myles Oxenford
oil on board

48 x 55cm
Sold

 

 

Gurnard's Head, Penwith

oil on canvas

70 x 80cm

 

 

Brea Beach, Rock

oil on board

70 x 100cm

 

 

Hayle Estuary Towards St Ives

oil on canvas

70 x 80cm

 

 

Peonies & Garden Roses

oil on canvas

50 x 120cm
 

 

 

Sweet Peas, Rose and Books

oil on board

28 x 30cm

 

 

Dahlias and Eucalyptus

oil on board

39 x 49cm
Sold

 

 

Peonies and Ranunculus

oil on board

40 x 40cm

 

 

Cairns Rosewall Hill

oil on canvas

100 x 100cm

 

 

Gurnards Head, Towards Pendeen

oil on board

55 x 47cm

 

 

Treen Fields

oil on canvas

120 x 50cm

 

 

Rosewall Hill, Near St Ives

oil on board

35 x 40cm

 

 

Myles Oxenford was born in 1977 in Plymouth and grew up in Scotland. He has a BA in Art from Falmouth College Of Art and has lived in Cornwall for over 15 years. His work has been shown in galleries throughout the U.K since 2000.
 

Myles lives and works in rural Cornwall where he explores the landscape and waterscapes of his surrounding environment. He also returns frequently to paint in Scotland, Wales and the Alps.

 

Myles says of his work:

"These are escapist paintings in many ways.They arent about the geography of the place but more about the atmosphere and emotional response. Playing with the compositions and light, making many layers to the painting, I hope to create something beyond a straightforward representation, that for me - is a true capturing."

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