Open house for art

Jenny Pollitt set up Lane House Arts in 2008 to promote and support emerging artists and makers.
She  opened her first permanent gallery space at the top of Walcot Street in May 2013. However, after five years in this ‘Artisan Quarter’ illness forced her to shut up shop and her landlord took the space back for his own use.
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Former gallery owner, Jenny Pollitt.
Jenny has always been conscious that there are few outlets for artists to exhibit their work in and around Bath, and so – frustrated whilst waiting to take on a permanent space – she’s decided to open the doors of her home as a Pop Up Gallery in the beautiful Wiltshire village of Biddestone. 
 
Each week – from Thursday to Sunday and until November 1st – she’s exhibiting the work of 19 artists based in the UK.
The exhibition features paintings, works on paper, ceramics, sculpture, drawings and prints from our gallery regulars as well as introducing new painters, sculptors and ceramicists. 
 
You can ee work from well-known and respected Bath based artist Malcolm Ashman RWA RBA; Bath School of Art and Design Alumni Steve Burden, Zsolt Dudas and Clare Winnan as well as ceramicists Justine Allison, Jaejun Lee, Sara Moorhouse and Paul Wearing; painters  Yuki Aruga, Abigail Bowen, Gina Brown, Tracy Burgess, Leslie Glenn Damhus RWA, Jacqueline Jones, Angela Lizon RWA, Allan Martin, Dan Morley, Ruth Piper and Beryl Robinson.