Ceramic Landscape: by Adele Howitt Ceramic Landscape is a new development in Adele Howitt’s ceramic art. One new piece from the collection was exhibited at the pioneering Yingge Ceramics Museum in Teipei, as part of the prestigious 2016 Taiwan Ceramics Biennale (15 July 2016 – 1 February 2017), now accessioned into their permanent collection.
This ongoing research manifests as a series of large and small ceramic sculptures – intricate, seemingly delicate, yet robust – initially began while Adele was a resident artist at Naturalia in Sevilla in 2012 (part of Beam’s Orange and Green programme – Arts Across Borders)...
She was very much involved with Hull’s bid to become UK City of Culture 2017, which included proposing a culture project to introduce an art and ecology permanent installation route across the city. She also runs Studio Eleven, a gallery and studio space in Hull, which she set up in 2009. As well as an exhibition programme featuring contemporary ceramic artists, both local and from outside the region, there are regular ceramic workshops and opportunities to be hands-on with clay.