oxford gallery
Art Gallery

welcome to our art gallery

For over four decades, the Oxford Gallery has brought the finest in contemporary art to private and corporate collectors in Western New York.

The Oxford's preeminence among area galleries rests upon its representation of over 60 artists of regional and national acclaim.

The Oxford gallery maintains several thousand works in inventory, including paintings, limited edition prints, sculpture, and works in mixed media.

We also offer a fine selection of American and European paintings from earlier periods: 18th, 19th, and 20th century artists.

The Oxford Gallery will arrange specially commissioned works—from institutional size murals, reliefs, and sculptures to intimate portraits of a family or loved one—all from the finest of contemporary artists.

Sourcing • Appraising • Consulting
The Oxford Gallery offers a full range of services to the discriminating art collector. Oxford's directors will help businesses select art that makes a unique and dramatic statement about their corporate values.


Tuesday — Saturday: 12:00 Noon to 5:00 PM and by appointment.
Admission to all events at the Oxford Gallery is free.


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featured artist

Philip Bornarth

Oxford Gallery mourns the loss of one of its longest serving artists. After a long and productive life, Phil Bornarth passed on June 29, 2022. Parent, educator, and fine artist, Phil was an inspiration to all who knew him. He will be sorely missed.

Since retiring from teaching Fine Art at Rochester Institute of Technology, (where he had taught since 1960), Philip Bornarth pursued his art career full time. His work is prized in many public and private collections including Xerox Corporation, Eastman Kodak Company, Gianniny Associates; Marine Midland Trust; Chase Manhattan Bank; M & T Bank; B. Forman Co., Rochester; Cancer Center, Strong Memorial Hospital; Rochester Institute of Technology; and Nixon Hargrave Devans and Doyle.

Philip Bornarth

contemporary art

Fran Noonan