Gallery art include; ceramics and print making by regional and national artists such as, Hanne Westergaard, Ilona Sulikova, Eric Moss, Jessica Steele, Janine Denby, Claire West, Ian Mitchell, Michael Atkins, John Jones. Resident artists are Adele Howitt, Rob Moore, Debi Keable, Kjerst Emberton.
Rob is interested in abstraction although his sketchbook work reflects sensitivity to the world around him. Observed studies can often form a platform for more subjective, imaginative and expressive work in which colour and attention to mark making make his work full of visual intrigue and suggestion. He evokes places between the real and the imaginary.
In recent years Rob's work has shown a feel for place and this is often influenced by the landscape he lives in and experiences on his travels. He is comfortable working small or very large scale, on paper, canvas or on an etching plate.
A recent exhibition in Autumn 2013 was well received by visitors to the show and at present he is working in the studio on new work for a major exhibition at Dean Clough Galleries starting on June 7th and running through until September 7th 2014. Rob's work can also be seen at Creation Arts in Beverley starting on August 6th 2014.
Rob's work can be purchased through attendance at his exhibitions later in the year or via his personal website. The link for this site is www.theartistrobmoore.co.uk
Studio Eleven is proud to present the Sandy Brown Exhibition from the internationally acclaimed artist and potter.
British born, Sandy trained in Japan; her ceramic art is built from a potters foundation in the creation of sacred objects for the Japanese tea ceremony. Her work evokes this tradition and expertise but has a contemporary energy and powerful exuberance. Brown's pots, appear relaxed and almost have a naive quality of the making, however, the objects are surprisingly practical. Some of the tea bowls and trays, call directly on Japanese forms. Her expressionist use of bold colour and pattern that transcribes to pots, sculpture and paintings are more evocative of painters such as Fiona Rae, Jackson Pollock or Howard Hodgkin. Brown models female figures, which she says reflect a part of herself. These range in height from 20cms to near-life-size, and possess an historical link with such votive figures as ancient mother goddesses or the female deities.
Water Runs Deep
Saturday 19th July - Sunday 7th September 2014
An exhibition of paintings, ceramics and mixed media by artist who question and respond to the environment, rivers and sea in this region.READ MORE
A Flower for Mandela
By : Adele
To celebrate the Freedom Festival in Hull this year, we have a series of free workshops! Take a moment to remember, leave a flower to commemorate! Learn to make a wonderful flower in bone-china clay and leave it with us to plant in a unique installation to celebrate the 'Long Walk to Freedom' along the High Street in Hull!
The flowers - a universal symbol of peace and strength – are hand-mad
New Planters for Humber Street!
By : Adele Howitt
Grow Wild is funding the Studio Eleven project entitled, Seeds for the Desert, in partnership with RSA Hull and Hull School of Art and Design to create new art and ecology installation in 2014. Grow Wild is a dynamic £10.5m mass participation programme, led by Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew to bring people and communities together to inspire transformations of unloved urban spaces, gardens and win
""I just love the whole set up!""
Rosie Millard, Journalist and Chair of Hull City of Culture 2017