‘Why Be Exotic in Private?’ by Jenny Steele

Little Greene paints have been selected for Jenny Steele’s ‘Why Be Exotic in Private’ exhibition at The Foundry Gallery, Chelsea.


'Why Be Exotic in Private?' by Jenny Steele


Created by Scottish artist, Jenny Steele who lives and works in Manchester,  the exhibition explores the architecture of South Beach Miami’s 1930’s architecture, inspired by the long sweeping streamlined curves and details of ocean liners.


Wall painted in Carmine and Green Verditer


Wall painted in Blue Verditer


The walls have been painted in Little Greene shades Blue Verditer, Carmine, Green Verditer and Trumpet – used to encapsulate Miami’s vibrancy.


Wall painted in Trumpet


Wall painted in Green Verditer and Carmine


The exotic architecture is demonstrated by Steele’s sensitive use of colour, challenging the parameters of art, design and décor by exploring the formal and decorative aspects through drawing, painting and print making.


'Why Be Exotic in Private?' by Jenny Steele


‘Why Be Exotic in Private’ is currently running at The Foundry Gallery in Chelsea until 9th March 2019.