ABOUT January 14th, 2023

Anne Howeson is an artist, and tutor at the Royal College of Art.

She worked commercially for many years, with publishing and editorial clients from the UK and America, as well as France, Germany and Canada. She now works on self-initiated drawing projects, recently concerning the regeneration of Kings Cross, where she lives. Exhibited Guardian Newspaper, October 2009.

She won an award in the Jerwood Drawing Prize 2000.

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John Ruskin Prize 2017 shortlist June 4th, 2017

I’ve been shortlisted for the Ruskin Prize 2017, with a stop frame ‘moving drawing’ called Regeneration and Revival at King’s Cross. This drawing, Midland Line Railway Works is the last image from the film. The original can be seen at my studio.

I've been shortlisted for the Ruskin Prize 2017, with a stop frame 'moving drawing' called Regeneration and Revival at King's Cross. This drawing, Midland Line Railway Works is the last image from the film. The original can be seen at my studio.


Imagining King’s Cross solo show September 13th, 2015

I’m having a solo drawing show.  Imagining King’s Cross at Cross Street Gallery, Thursday September 17th until Thursday October 1st. See opening times above.
This is a transfer from my February show at Collyer Bristow Gallery, to a commercial gallery in Islington, with some new works. If you’d like a personal viewing or any further information please contact me via my website.

INVITE Cross Street gallery Anne Howeson invite