The Mosaic Path

Summer 2024 Exhibition

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11th July 2024 – 25th August 2024

Studio Eleven Gallery presents The Mosaic Path

Curator by Artist, Linda Ingham.

Curated by guest artist, Linda Ingham, this yearly exhibition is inspired by the ecological term for the combination of environments – ‘mosaic’ – inherent from location to location. A Mosaic Path is an investigation of landscape and place through the eyes of four artists considering such subjects today.

Inspired by the ecological term for the combination of environments inherent from location to location, A Mosaic Path is a short survey of landscape and place through the eyes of four artists considering such subjects today.

A ‘desire line’ of work observing the relationship between human and non-human ‘nature’ edge across and through Lincolnshire, West Yorkshire Scotland; a specifically painting show, which demonstrates a range of process and approaches.

The Artists

Linda Ingham

Linda Ingham’s process-led practice grows out of her interest in landscape and place. Life as a gardener, allotment-holder, and a love of walking complement her work, and she regularly works with the Wildlife Trusts and RSPB to document portions of reserves along the east coast.

Richard Hatfield

The colours, scale and nature of the landscape provide a constant source for Richard’s image making. The paintings are the amalgamation of the remembered, the fleetingly observed and the emblematic motifs imprinted on the retina. 

Helen Thomas

Helen Thomas is a contemporary British painter based in Wakefield, England. She graduated from Falmouth School of Art (BA Fine Art) and completed a year of postgraduate study with Turps Art School.  Helen works with drawing and painting, on-site and in the studio, to consider humanity’s relationships with plants

Steve Gresham

Steve Gresham graduated with a degree in Fine Art from the University of Nottingham in 2014. His mixed media work focuses on two landscapes of particular interest to him: the Lincolnshire coast and the Humber estuary and Assynt in the north – west of Scotland.

Katie Braida

Katie makes sculptural ceramic vessels and forms using a variety of hand building techniques.  Working with soft clay, coils and slabs, she allows the material to move and suggest direction for development.  Creating forms leads to the exploration of the surface.  


Studio Eleven is a gallery, studio and workshop space. We offer specialist studio space for ceramicists and a shared workshop for printmaking. Events include artists talks, performances, workshops, hire of the studio space and a rolling programme of exhibitions featuring contemporary ceramics and painting. The gallery at number 12 comprises of a main space for wall-based and plinth mounted work, and six display cases.  The workshop space is situated on the first floor which also consists of a large, shared studio space with potters wheels and a large print press.

Studio Eleven was a Hull City of Culture 2017 partner.  A strategic partner in developing the bid and the wider promotion of Hull as a Culture City with interventions exhibited in London and beyond by Adele Howitt.  During 2017 we delivered a contemporary exhibition programme with events, workshops, and special performances by Hull Time Based Arts.  

Since it was established in 2009, Studio Eleven has continually pioneered the cause of Hull’s cultural quarter in the Fruit Market area, particularly Humber Street. The gallery and workshop now resides at no; 12 on Humber Street since March 2017. Eleven is in a prime visitor location, close to Hull Marina, The Deep, Hull Museums and the newly refurbished Ferens Art Gallery. Eleven was the first creative business on Humber Street have recently been joined by the new Humber Street Gallery.

Studio Eleven workshop and gallery was established in 2009 by artists. Founder & Owner, Adele Howitt continues to direct the enterprise, enlisting the support of Clare Holdstock, and a voluntary team of artists and potters who use the studio space .

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