Lot 86 - Oriele Steiner - In Another Life
Gouache on paper
Signed on Verso
Oriele Steiner (b. 1993, London, UK) is a painter based in London, UK. She received her BFA from the University of Brighton and completed the Turps Banana Correspondence Course in 2022. Oriele Steiner's paintings use color and light to explore various techniques and processes, often evoking emotion through singular use or juxtaposition. Through layering conflicting emotions, Steiner presents whimsical moments in a surreal and humorous manner, using her compositions to delve into personal and often taboo subjects.
Central Saint Martins Foundation Diploma 2011-2012
Brighton university painting 2012-2015
Turps Banana Correspondent course 2021-2022
Spectrum’ Better Go South. Group show. November
.‘Accessible Art Show’Black White Gallery. November.
'Material Presence’(Turps Banana) Fitzrovia Gallery. Group Show. November.
'Out of Nowhere' Soho Revue. Co Curated Group Exhibition with Amelie Peace. London, July.
'The Body is a Landscape' Artistellar Gallery. Duo Exhibition with Janine Brito. London, June.
'Emergence' The Room Gallery. Group. Group Exhibition. London, April.
‘Works on Paper 4’ BlueShop Cottage. Group Show. Online. April
‘Art on a Postcard x India Rose James. Groups Show. Soho Revue. April
‘ Art from Ukraine’ Art for Ukraine x The Auction Collective . Online. Group Show’ April.
‘Artists for Ukraine’ Procrastinarting. Group show. Online. March
‘Spring Greens’ LivingStone Gallery. Group Show. Bristol. March
‘I’ll be your mirror’ Boisdale of Bishopsgate. Group Show. London. Feb
'Venomous' Enfant Terrible, D Contemporary. Group show. London. Jan
Residencies and Awards:
Cawdor Castle residency. Scotland. September 2014
Los Artistas Del Cortijo residency. Spain, Granada. April-June 2017.
Bloomberg New Contemporaries and Bluecoat Studio bursary at The Royal Standard, Liverpool. Sept 2017-sept 2018
Prah Residency, Margate. March 2021
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Using imagination to create an uncanny, unfamiliar yet familiar image/landscape.
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