Available Works

Biography

Oriele Steiner (b. 1993, UK) is a British painter whose work involves a wide array of techniques and processes. She uses colour and light as her principal means of experimentation and is particularly interested in the evocation of emotion through colour. Her works often comprise vivid dreamscapes inhabited by figures drawn from a range of sources such as found photography, imagination and drawing. Through her process she transforms imagery into a range of visual motifs, built up continuously and subconsciously, deliberately seeking essence. She lives and works in London, UK.

Education

BA, University of Brighton, 2012-2015

Exhibitions

2013, Argos, New Palace Pier Gallery, Brighton, UK (Group)
2013, Art At Home, Brighton Arts Club, Brighton, UK (Group)
2014, Parade, Grand Parade, Brighton, UK (Group)
2014, Living Food Festival, Cawdor Castle, Scotland, UK (Group)
2015, Go! Craft Fair, Jubilee Square. Brighton, UK (Group)
2015, Made It, University Of Brighton, UK (Group)
2015, Made in Brighton: It Is What It Is, University Of Brighton, UK (Group)
2016, Bad Art, Bones and Pearl Studios, London, UK (Group)
2016, Bad Art: 2, Stour Space, London, UK (Group)
2016, Bloomberg New Contemporaries Bluecoat, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool, UK (Group)
2016, Imagine That, Creative Debuts Black x White Building, London, UK (Group)