Oriele Steiner

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Oriele Steiner’s work explores a wide array of painting techniques and processes, using colour and light as the dominant means of experimentation. She is interested in a palette’s ability to evoke emotion, whether through its direct, singular use or via juxtaposition and dissonance.

Her paintings are deliberately layered with conflicting emotions - she wishes to place whimsical moments on stage for the world to see, like single frames taken from a comic strip; whilst her compositions imply they exist as part of a larger story, they task us with considering a particular moment.

The compositions are derived from Steiner’s very ‘British’ sense of humour - simultaneously comical and dark; surreal yet totally, relatedly
 human. Fears and taboos leap out of the work, imagery and motifs from personal moments transform themselves in the viewer’s mind, Oriele asking us to judge whether the privacy of these moments is intimate or gross - perhaps a more traditional British comedian would quip “what’s the difference?”.

Oriele Steiner lives and works in London. Her works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at Square Gallery, London, UK; Wilder Gallery, London, UK; Huxley Parlour, London, UK and Arusha gallery, London, UK, among others.

Original Work on Paper (Unique)
Dimensions: 29.5 x 32.5 cm (11.6 x 12.8 in)
Medium: Gouache on paper
Signature: Signed and dated on reverse
Date: 2022

Sales tax: For collectors residing in the UK, prices include UK VAT (sales tax). For collectors residing outside of the UK, VAT will be automatically removed at checkout.
Currency: Artworks can be bought in USD or EUR by choosing the currency in the selector located at the bottom of the page. Prices in USD and EUR are always free of VAT.
Klarna: Artworks can be purchased in installments by selecting Klarna at checkout. Please note that this option is currently only available for collectors based in the UK.

Packaging: Every work is protected with acid-free paper and flat-packed in our custom-made presentation box to allow for optimal protection, conservation and display.
Framing: Our works are sold unframed. If you would like to get a bespoke quote to receive your work framed, do not hesitate to contact us at: collecting@latereditions.com

Shipping: We usually ship the next working day after the order has been made. However, please allow up to 10 working days for us to process, pack and ship your artwork.
Returns: We offer a 14-day return policy on all our artworks. For more information, view our Shipping policy

Oriele Steiner’s work explores a wide array of painting techniques and processes, using colour and light as the dominant means of experimentation. She is interested in a palette’s ability to evoke emotion, whether through its direct, singular use or via juxtaposition and dissonance.

Her paintings are deliberately layered with conflicting emotions - she wishes to place whimsical moments on stage for the world to see, like single frames taken from a comic strip; whilst her compositions imply they exist as part of a larger story, they task us with considering a particular moment.

The compositions are derived from Steiner’s very ‘British’ sense of humour - simultaneously comical and dark; surreal yet totally, relatedly
 human. Fears and taboos leap out of the work, imagery and motifs from personal moments transform themselves in the viewer’s mind, Oriele asking us to judge whether the privacy of these moments is intimate or gross - perhaps a more traditional British comedian would quip “what’s the difference?”.

Oriele Steiner lives and works in London. Her works have been shown in numerous exhibitions, including at Square Gallery, London, UK; Wilder Gallery, London, UK; Huxley Parlour, London, UK and Arusha gallery, London, UK, among others.

Original Work on Paper (Unique)
Dimensions: 29.5 x 32.5 cm (11.6 x 12.8 in)
Medium: Gouache on paper
Signature: Signed and dated on reverse
Date: 2022

Sales tax: For collectors residing in the UK, prices include UK VAT (sales tax). For collectors residing outside of the UK, VAT will be automatically removed at checkout.
Currency: Artworks can be bought in USD or EUR by choosing the currency in the selector located at the bottom of the page. Prices in USD and EUR are always free of VAT.
Klarna: Artworks can be purchased in installments by selecting Klarna at checkout. Please note that this option is currently only available for collectors based in the UK.

Packaging: Every work is protected with acid-free paper and flat-packed in our custom-made presentation box to allow for optimal protection, conservation and display.
Framing: Our works are sold unframed. If you would like to get a bespoke quote to receive your work framed, do not hesitate to contact us at: collecting@latereditions.com

Shipping: We usually ship the next working day after the order has been made. However, please allow up to 10 working days for us to process, pack and ship your artwork.
Returns: We offer a 14-day return policy on all our artworks. For more information, view our Shipping policy