GREEN, Jelly

1992 - ?

Jelly Green

Angelica Jo H. Green was born at Ipswich in 1992, spending her early years in Melbourne, Australia. Jelly, as she is known, was educated at Thomas Mills High School Framlingham, Suffolk and studied at Morley College, London 2008-2020 and the Prince's Drawing School, now Royal Drawing School, in London 2012-2013 and since the age of 16 has been mentored by artist Maggi Hambling. Jelly is a figurative painter, living near Saxmundham in Suffolk and in 2014, awarded the first Fidelity Cranbrook Residency Award resulting in a 10-day residency in Cumbria which sparked her new passion for skies and trees, with her work for the Court Gallery based on the ancient trees to be found on Suffolk's Glemham Hall parkland. Her work is defined by her passion for the natural world, particularly the earth’s forests, having spent extended periods immersed in the global web of jungles and rainforests from Brazil to Borneo and Sri Lanka to New Zealand. She has exhibited, in London at the Mall Galleries; Shoreditch Studios; The Art Wall, Kensington Place; Morley Gallery; the Rowley Gallery, Kensington and at The Workhouse Gallery, Presteigne, Wales. Her Suffolk exhibitions have been at Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh; Alde Valley Spring Festival, Glemham; White House Farm, Glemham and at Snape Maltings Gallery and elsewhere. Her paintings have been acquired for private collections in Europe, Australia, the US, Middle East, New Zealand, and Asia.

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