28 Oct 2016

Meet the artist: Adele Howitt

Meet Adele – ceramic artist and co-founder of Studio Eleven.

Established in 2009 by artists Rob Moore and Adele Howitt, Studio Eleven workshop and gallery offers specialist space for printmakers and ceramicists in the heart of Hull’s Fruit Market.

A quiet retreat from the diggers and orange barriers that are transforming Humber Street, the gallery has a rolling programme of exhibitions, artist talks and workshops. Their current exhibition – Shirley Goodsell’s A Family’s Journey Through Hull’s Old Town – runs until 13 November.

The studio is open to the public free of charge from Friday to Sunday, 11am-4pm.

We headed down to Studio Eleven on a rainy day earlier this year to meet ceramic artist Adele Howitt and find out how living and working in Hull has influenced her work.

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