Jane Palmer & Friends

open house, May 29 to June 27 2021

‘Stunning work – so glad I came’, wrote one visitor to our 2019 show.  We’re back to stun you again with a new array of fine art!

We’ll be open for visitors from 11.00 to 17.00 every Saturday and Sunday, from the final weekend of May to the end of June, at the heart of the Fiveways trail, at

239 Preston Drove, Brighton BN1 6FL (opposite Tilt cafe and The Flour Pot).

We’ll be opening in compliance with all the COVID-safety advice that applies at the time. If you would prefer to make a timed appointment in advance for your visit, come back to this page soon and look for the appointments app.

Jane Palmer won AOH’s ‘Artist of the Year’ award for our 2019 show.  This year she is showing a new collection of portraits, Sussex landscapes and still lifes, and will be inviting commissions.  Read more about Jane here.

We’re delighted to welcome back:

Stef Hunter is a ceramicist. She produces thrown and handbuilt ceramics with a focus on colour and surface, influenced by the seasons and places on the South coast.  Stef graduated in 3d design from Bristol and completed an MA in Ceramics at UCA Farnham.


Nigel Hunter sculpts in stone and clay. He is interested in studying aspects of geometry and nature to see how these might transition into more physical and abstract sculptural forms. “I’m fascinated by the subjectivity of form and its impact on our emotional state.”  Nigel graduated in 3d Design from Bristol and completed an M.Ed at Oxford University.


Tan Kingston is a full time figurative and narrative painter.  Her work has featured in The World of Interiors magazine and she is represented by The Spa Galleries, Royal Tunbridge Wells.  She is a graduate of the University of Arts London & University of Kent.



And showing with us for the first time:

Kate Scott uses acrylic and mixed media on canvas to create vibrant, intimate paintings; often inspired by nature, she uses raw colour and gesture, alongside drawing to convey a sense of personal memory, mood and emotion. She studied Fine Art Painting at The University of East London followed by a Masters in Fine Art printmaking at Brighton University.



Pam Glew shows a new collection of nocturne paintings on wooden panels. The artist has shown internationally in 14 solo shows, she has produced commissions for Armani, MTV and Microsoft and currently co-runs Paxton+Glew Gallery in Brighton. Her paintings and prints can be found in private collections worldwide.