About Us


Artwork that Connects

The Humble Gallery takes its name from Yvonne Humble, founder of the Rosetta Arts a visual art centre situated in Stratford, East London. Since 1993, the Centre has been a platform for developing the creativity and entrepreneurial skills of local artists.

Inaugurated in 2015, the Humble Gallery provides a versatile, conducive space for local creative talent to exhibit their works and reach out to a broader audience. In doing so, it helps more people to connect with their aspirations.

The Humble Gallery seeks to support emerging artists in east London to springboard their career in the arts. The seek to do so in the following ways:
  • Unlock artists capacity to earn through art sales and creative initiatives both online and offline.
  • Provide exhibition opportunities and artist in residences.
  • Showcase the work of local artists.
  • Provide a platform for cultural exchange between emerging artists and international artists.


Our programme for 2018-2019

Happenings in The Humble Gallery

Connecting with communities is the heart of the gallery's diverse programme.  Our events and activities are focused around art and wellness for local audiences to get involved and form lasting connections.

A year long exhibition series titled: 'Around the World' opened in 2018 on International Women's day celebrating the work of five female artists living or working in east London: Aisha Naim, Veronica Rowlands, Wen Pan, coco c, and Rosie Vincent.

Creative workshops and artist led discussion groups designed and delivered by exhibiting artists to complement exhibitions.

The community Health & Wellness Project is a termly course forging principles of creativity with nutrition, fitness and wellness, specifically designed for  women in the local area.


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