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Ceramics by Liz Mathews at Studiopottery.co.uk

Liz Mathews

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Eddie Curtis

Upcoming events

Made by Hand - Cheltenham at Cheltenham Town Hall 8th - 10th March 2019 Emily-Kriste Wilcox will be exhibiting
Potters Open Day, Dacorum and Chiltern Potters Guild at Sandpit Theatre, The 2nd March 2019 - 10th March 2019 Speakers and Demonstrators:Ingrid Murphy, Jim Robison, Niek Hoogland
Northern Potters ,South West Region exhibition: Spring into Action at Valentine Clays 15th March to 12th April, 2019 Will be a good show with plenty of new work from Northern Potters Members
Bryan Newman at Paul Rice Gallery 23rd February to 23rd March, 2019 Bryan Newman has been one of this country's most outstanding potters since the 1960s when he became well-known for his extraordinary sculptural pots - townscapes, bridges, castles.

Recently added Courses

Regular Pottery Courses by Suleyman Saba - 29th January to 31st December, 2018
Students will learn about preparing clay and different techniques of ceramics from pinch pots and coiled pottery, to slab building and throwing. Students are also guided on aspects of decoration and glazing. 
Lindy Barletta weekday Courses in East Sheen - 1st January to 31st December, 2018
Studio Pottery Making techniques: A terms course covers a project in each - pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing.

The Landscape is Memory – Adele Howitt – to 26 March 2015


Adele has exhibited across Europe including, the prestigious Steninge Slott Cultural Centre in Sweden for the World Art in Clay exhibition, selected for VI Biennal de Ceràmica del Vendrell, Barcelona, Spain, Ceramica Multiplex at Kerameikon, Croatia, and, RHS Chelsea Flower Show London. This show was a great expression of her current work. For more details visit her page on studiopottery and then her website.

Adele says:  “I try to capture a moment of time remembered within a sculpture and have the object report to us.”

Time imprints the landscape with evidence of its passing, speaking to us through ephemeral tide lines, beaches and wave forms locked in geological strata, forming a unit or vessel for carrying information; cells of genetic inheritance.  Memory, science, relevance of pattern and form found in landscape are concepts that Adele has been developing for a number of years in various forms.

Investigations include microscopic landscapes within pathology and pollen grains. Those concepts extend to working within the public realm and architecture.  These interpretations of identity underpin collaborations with artists that have lead to new proposals for final public artworks within the community.  Including the 2014 project Unpacking a Potted History (DARTS Right Up Our Street, Doncaster), which culminated in a psycho-geographic installation of printed plate shards and poetry interventions around Mexborough, South Yorkshire.  Other collaborative working has enabled a new development of research into landscape and memory as ecology messages are underpinned in the creation of temporary installations where real planting takes an effective role.  One example of this is the Seeds for the Desert ongoing art / ecology project.

Graduating in from Chelsea School of Art about 20 years ago, Adele joined with other ceramicists, and calling themselves ‘Edge’ they put on an exhibition on Cork Street, a place many artists aspire to exhibit.  A more unlikely teamwork was to follow in Adele’s partnership with international company Ideal Standard, innovating the potential of their firing and slip casting processes in a forensic project based upon DNA patterns and fingerprinting which produced an intriguing set of interactive works for Craven Park in Hull.  An MA with Distinction in public art at the UCE ensued.

Scientific themes persist in Adele’s collaborations. Relationships between nature and well-being have been put to great effect in the Castle Hill Queen’s Centre NHS Project East Yorkshire (winner of 5 RIBA awards), where the outside creeps into the hospital environment putting people at ease alleviating the sterile environment of a hospital. Working with Beam a public art agency based in the north of England, Adele created large scale works for a minor surgeries unit in Barnsley, taking inspiration from their medieval environment of rowan forests and glades.


Combining narrative and form, the artist marks and celebrates human experiences – both public and personal.  Adele Howitt is co-owner of the craft workshop and gallery called Studio Eleven where she is based in the historic fruit market, in Kingston upon Hull’s new cultural quarter.

Further information:

Adele Howitt E: info@adelehowitt.co.uk Tel: 01482 229600 Mb: 07976 838191

Posted on April 13 2015 under Event Reviews.