One Church Street represents the curatorial approach of its two directors, Lyndsey Keeling and Joanna Bryant, presenting innovative and intriguing contemporary art to the discerning buyer. Over the last six years the business has been accumulating a worthy reputation for championing work that pushes boundaries without compromising excellence, and now supports a small number of emerging and established artists at art fairs and collaborative ventures beyond the gallery space.

Winner of the 2014 Bryant & Keeling Prize: Painting Now

  • We are currently in the gallery

    Our new exhibition 'Painting Now' is open until 22nd November. 11am - 4pm on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

  • Bryant & Keeling Prize

    Painting Now: Shortlisted applicants are currently being shown in the gallery from 7th to 22nd November 2014. Ian Robinson has been announced as our winner, collecting a prize of £1,000 and representation with the gallery for one year. Come and cast your vote and we will announce who our visitors voted for at the end of the exhibition.

  • Winter portfolio

    Opening on Thursday 27th November. Showing works by gallery artists and invited artists. We are also open for the Great Missenden Christmas Shopping evening on Saturday 29th November until 9pm. We will be selling artist created birds for your Christmas tree and raising money for Crisis at Christmas.

  • Pinpoint II

    Five shortlisted artists working with textiles will be showing installation work in the gallery for the month of February 2015

Events you might have missed...

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    RHS Chelsea Flower Show

    So, of course, we pulled out all the stops - what else do you say when you get invited by a Royal Society!

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    Focal Point

    During the Summer months we put together a portfolio of outdoor sculpture, showing it at the Chelsea Flower Show, Hampton Court Flower Show and in the gallery

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    Art in a Box

    Installation views of the 'Art in a Box' exhibition in the gallery, 3rd May - 28th June. Art in, under, around, about boxes. 35 artists with 48 selected works.

Diverse perspectives in contemporary art
for the discerning buyer