Studio Eleven are delighted to present a new exhibition entitled, MONOCHROME.
Hull as you’ve never seen it before….
Graphite Drawings by Christopher Knox
Ceramics by Sasha Wardell
Collagraph Illustrations by John Dearing
Charcoal Drawings by Myles Linley
Christopher Knox specialises in producing Chiaroscuro graphite drawings to capture the atmosphere of the British Isles. Aiming to capture the mood and romance of the English countryside, Chris uses deep blacks and high contrast to create a graphic style influenced by the fine art photography of the late 19th century.
Sasha Wardell is known for her pioneering approach in moving forward the traditional process of bone – china production. She is recognised internationally for her work, and her innovative approach, a focus based on taking an age-old craft to a higher level. Her carefully produced distinctive work embraces and reflects contemporary taste and lifestyle.
John Dearing is a Landscape Artist specialising in Printmaking. In particular Collagrapth Prints and Plates. He works from first – hand observational sketch’s and inward looking retrieval, in terms of memory too create an equivalent of what is seen and absorbed.
Myles Linley creates vigorous and moody charcoal drawings of local landmarks.
Image credited to Christopher Know.
Studio Eleven is a gallery, studio and workshop space offering specialist studio space for ceramicists and a shared workshop for printmaking. Events include artist talks, workshops, hire of the studio space and a rolling programme of exhibitions. Adele Howitt manages and directs the enterprise, enlisting the support of a voluntary team of artists and potters who use the studio space.