Panoramas, Paintings and Prestigious Plans

MILES HESELTINE WITH MOUNTS BAY AND GREENBURROW
Miles Heseltine with charcoal drawing ‘Panoramic Landscape I, Mounts Bay and Greenburrow 2016’

We are extremely proud to represent artist Miles Heseltine exclusively in our galleries and wanted to take the time, with the start of the New Year, to update all of the followers of his work on the impressive events of last year and plans of the year to come.

2016 was a noteworthy year for Miles with his first solo exhibition in London. The show marked the development in his drawings and paintings to become of equal focus, with his drawing informing his painting but also vice versa; and presented his brand new ‘panorama’ drawings, expressing the landscape with a visual sweep of his surroundings rather than a static view.

Panoramic Landscape II (Mounts Bay) 2016
‘Panoramic Landscape II, Mounts Bay 2016’, charcoal on paper, 82 x 262 cm, by Miles Heseltine
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Miles’ thickly layered paintings shown alongside his gestural charcoal drawings in our solo show ‘Miles Heseltine: High Ground’ (1st -19th July), demonstrating the important relationship both disciplines have on each other within his art.

Also in the last year Miles was commissioned to produce several large-scale drawings of Bedruthan Steps for the Bedruthan Hotel & Spa, where his work can currently be seen on permanent display. The awe-inspiring image of one of his drawings in progress on the edge of the cliffs has become our go-to image for introducing Miles’ work.

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‘Bedruthan Steps I’ in progress

In London, his work was used within a high-end interior design project in a converted bakery in Clapham by Amelia McNeil Design, which led to the drawing ‘Penwith Woods’ selling to a private collector.

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‘Penwith Woods I’, interior design by Amelia McNeil

This year, we have even bigger plans for Miles with a focus on presenting his work for public exhibitions and collections, a record five art fairs and a major exhibition split between Cornwall and London in May/June (26th May – 14th June 2017).

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