August 13, 2020 12.42 pm This story is over 16 months old

Fine art gallery to open in Lincoln Cornhill Quarter

Local and global art on display and sale

Another new business will be coming to the Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln, with Trent Galleries opening in September.

The gallery will open on Sincil Street and showcase a wide range of fine art from across the world.

Trent Galleries has been running as a business for over 30 years, also operating in neighbouring areas Newark, Oakham and Beverley.

Lincoln’s gallery launch will make it the fourth space for Trent Galleries.

The shop will host artist events, offer a home approval service, private viewings, corporate and home consultations, as well as interest free payments.

It will have a bespoke gallery shop sign made by Cameron Huggins, a local expert blacksmith based in Gainsborough.

Cameron Huggins, based in Gainsborough, is an expert in traditional forging techniques.

Tracey Morris, owner and director of Trent Galleries, said: “We are excited to be opening our fourth gallery in such an inspiring location and feel that The Cornhill Quarter will soon become the hub of Lincoln.

“We are looking forward to working with neighbouring retailers in the coming months.”

Ursula Lidbetter, chief executive of Lincolnshire Co-op, said: “This curated art space will offer a unique and creative experience for visitors to historic Sincil Street, and perfectly complements the mix of national and independent businesses that we have welcomed here.”

Trent Galleries will join the developed Cornhill area, which has already welcomed The Botanist, Everyman cinema, Phase Eight, Hobbs and Whistles.

There is also the Cornhill Cove, a pop-up crazy golf course with a bar that will be open temporarily from Thursday.

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