“William Oxer is not merely a painter; he is a distinctive sensibility, with a poetic vision he explores in many media. His art is affirmative, evocative and forgiving..’. He states that the work ‘offers us, in short, a return to the true and serious tradition.”

— Professor Sir Roger Scruton

“William Oxer’s paintings represent a strikingly fresh current in contemporary art. His work is experimental, and he is also willing to take on larger themes as well as demonstrating a delight in detail and minutiae. Very few contemporary artists paint so consistently well.”

— Dr David Morley, University of Warwick



South Gate Gallery - Exeter

 The Risborough Gallery, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire.


Cosmopolitan Magazine - Artist Gallery November 2014

Roco Interior Design Magazine - Interview Feature September 2014

Saatchi Art Magazine - Interview Feature November 2013


Gallery In The Square - Usk

Tetbury Art Gallery - Spencer House, Tetbury, Gloucestershire

Buy Art Fair - Manchester

Haddon Gallery - Torquay

Papillon - Edinburgh

The Museum - Farnham, Dorset

Shaftesbury Arts Centre - Shaftesbury

The James Gallery - Budleigh Salterton

The Building of Bath Museum - Bath

Christies - St James', London

Trafalgar Park - Salisbury

Poole Library - Poole, Dorset

Serenata - Purbeck, Dorset

With a history in interior design, previous engagements include creating large-scale painted designs for interior projects in historic houses such as Goodwood House, Buckingham Palace, Petworth House and Hatchlands Park working with restorer and interiors expert, Alec Cobbe. William has also undertaken a variety of projects including period decoration and exhibition design in places such as Christies, St James (William Beckford Exhibition) and the Building of Bath Museum.