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The Linda Blackstone Gallery and One Church Street will be at the Cambridge City Art Fair (9-12 Oct)

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

The Linda Blackstone Gallery and Great Missenden-based One Church Street gallery will be exhibiting at the Cambridge City Art Fair  that will take place from the 9th to the 12th of October.

One Church Street gallery (an image of which is shown above) is run jointly by Joanna Bryant and Lyndsey Keeling since 2012 when they formed a partnership to grow and expand an existing gallery business (founded in 2006). The gallery is well established for its high standard of curated exhibitions, exploring diverse and intriguing aspects in contemporary art. For more information click here.

The Linda Blackstone Gallery was founded on September 11th 1985. The opening of the gallery was a lifelong dream for Linda, who had a passion for art and wanted to open a gallery with a difference. Somewhere that wasn’t elitist. Somewhere where people could come and enjoy the laid back ambience of a gallery run for the love of it, with no pressure to buy. A gallery that celebrated new and upcoming artists. A work by one of these artists Dganit Blechner’s Dreams Come True is illustrated below courtesy of Linda Blackstone Gallery. To read more click here.

Linda Blackstone Dganit Blechner Dreams Come True

AWAD welcomes two new members: Joanna Bryant and Lyndsey Keeling

Thursday, May 1st, 2014

AWAD, the Association of Women Art Dealers, is pleased to announce two new Associate Members, Joanna Bryant and Lyndsey Keeling who together run One Church Street in Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire.

Joanna joined Lyndsey in 2012 at One Church Street Gallery, and together they formed a limited company and partnership, in order to grow and expand an existing gallery business (founded in 2006). The gallery is well established for its high standard of curated exhibitions, exploring diverse and intriguing aspects in contemporary art. Joanna previously worked in advertising and the media for large corporates, including the WPP Group, the Daily Telegraph plc and the Financial Times, building up extensive experience in research, planning, PR and corporate marketing.  

Lyndsey has been running One Church Street since 2006 in parallel with other activities including her own practice as an artist and as a curator. Please join us in welcoming Lyndsey  and  Joanna to AWAD.

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