Jelly Green (b.1992) is a British - New Zealand painter who divides her time between her studio in Suffolk and London. She has been mentored by artist Maggi Hambling since she was 16 years old.
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, Jelly’s large-scale works revel in the magnificent primordial canopies, while unflinchingly bearing witness to the brutal decapitation and destruction of the world’s lungs.
Jelly currently has work available at:
The Rowley Gallery, Kensington, London
Snape Maltings Gallery, Snape, Suffolk