InPrint 2015

Preview by invitation at Studio Eleven

Hull School of Art & Design will also be open for viewing


Saturday 12th September
1.00pm - 4.00pm
Catherine Sutcliffe Fuller

'Land with opportunity'; Monks Cross Project.

My work is inspired by the urban and edgeland areas of York, close to where I live.
I am fascinated by the way we process, view, experience and analyse the landscape, especially when different environments intersect.

My project since early spring 2013 has been about local farmland being developed into a shopping centre.

I have been exploring, observing and recording the evolution of the area from open fields to construction site and on to the 'soon to be' completed shops, 

As the project progressed I was generously granted access onto the site by Caddick Construction and developers Bowmer & Kirkland to document the evolution of the external landscape and internal landscape of the John Lewis Store.

Since completion of the store in April 2014 I have been producing a series of pictures about the site, showing the many stages involved. From change of land use to construction, materials and ideology. 

3rd October 

29th November

A selection of printmaking workshops are being run throughout the course of our InPrint exhibition 2015

For more information visit the workshop section of our website

Soft Touch

Susan Skingle

Cock and Bull

Tom Wood

Multicoloured Spots

Ilona Sulikova


Malcolm Whittaker

What is Studio Eleven Gallery?

Studio Eleven workshop and gallery was established in 2009 by artists Rob Moore and Adele Howitt. Situated on Humber Street in Hull's Fruit Market, we offer specialist studio space for printmakers and ceramicists. Events include artists talks, workshops, hire of the studio space and a rolling programme of excellent exhibitions in the gallery.

The gallery presently comprises two main spaces for wall based, plinth mounted and illuminated display case work. Eleven fronts Humber Street close to Hull Marina and in the heart of the Fruitmarket cultural quarter. It is a short walk from the spectacular Deep, Ferens Art Gallery and the old High Street museum area and close to the Humber estuary.