Myles was born in 1968 and did a variety of jobs before going to university in 2014. He gained a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art at the Swansea College of Art in 2017 and graduated his Masters degree with distinction in 2020.
He now attends Worcester University studying Kinetic Sculpture for Phd.
Myles paints in watercolour, oil, acrylic and mixed media/collage. He also sculpts in steel and uses recycled materials for his sculptures, he has made Sculptures to commission for Dr Beynon’s Bug Farm in St Davids and The National Botanic Garden of Wales. His First World War Soldier sculpture was used in the series of commemorative performances in september 2018 for the Now The Hero events in Swansea put together by the artist Marc Rees.
2019 “Call Centre” at the Liquid Gallery, High Street Swansea
2013 Group Christmas exhibition at the Albany Gallery Cardiff2016 Group exhibition “Reimagined Spaces” at the Welsh Assembly’s Ty Hywel Building in Cardiff Bay
2017 “Heart in Mouth” Galerie Simpson Swansea
2018 “There’s Something in the Water” Galerie Simpson Swansea
2018 “Some Things we Forgot to Remember” Swansea Museum
2019 “Pollination Exhibition” Mann Library, Cornell University, USA
2020 “The Robotic Man” Villa Brentano, Milan, Italy
2021 “Haptics” The Arthouse, Worcester
2021 “Axehead Returns” Volcano Theatre, Swansea
OPEN CALL EXHIBITIONS
The National Open Art Competition 2017
Swansea Open art competition 2017
Oriel Davies Newtown 2018
International Sculpture Festival Guernsey 2018
Swansea Open 2018.
Queen Street Open 2019
Refresh Art Award 2019
Royal West of England Academy 167th Annual Exhibition
Swansea Open 2019
Chaiya Art Awards 2020
Royal Ulster Academy of Art 139th Summer Show
d31 Doncaster Summer Exhibition 2021
Royal Ulster Academy of Art 140th Summer Show
Bath Society Of Artists 2021
Bradford Gallery Figurative Prize Award Winner 2021
Worcester Open 2021
Royal Cambrian Academy 2022 Highly Commended