Visiting the Gallery:
One Off Gallery and Sculpture Garden
Located in Rosslyn Lone Tree, a few miles beyond the Village Market, off the Limuru Road, One Off is a hand-crafted gallery that welcomes all art lovers.
The Gallery is built at the bottom of a slightly steep hill, so please be advised to wear flat shoes - we apologise that we have no disabled access.
Please note that you are likely to be greeted by some very friendly dogs!
#16 Rosslyn Lone Tree Estate
off Limuru Road
Tuesday through Saturday, from 10am - 5pm.
Sunday, from noon - 5pm.
Open on selected Public Holidays - Please call to confirm - Tel +254 521870
Parking area down a steep hill.
Directions to the Gallery from Village Market:
- Travel along the Limuru Road, passing the Village Market to your right
- After 1.4 km, pass the turning for Runda to your right.
- In 400m, turn left opposite Rosslyn Riviera Mall, into Rosslyn Lone Tree Estate and proceed up the hill.
- At the top of the hill, turn right at the T-junction onto Rosslyn Lone Tree Estate Rd.
- In 800m, One Off Gallery will be on the left, marked by a metal sunflower and the sign #16.
- Proceed down the long driveway and honk at the gate.
You have arrived!
The One Off Team:
About Carol Lees
Director and Curator of One Off Gallery
Kenyan born, with grand parents arriving in the country in 1925, Carol attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the American College in London in 1990. Following a short stint working in Nairobi for commercial interior designers McNaughton West Design, she opened One Off Gallery in 1994.
In 2000 she co-founded RaMoMA (Rahimtulla Museum of Modern Art) as its first Director, suspending the operations of One Off.
Initially a Ford Foundation funded project, RaMoMA became the leader in its field in East Africa. At the height of its activities it hosted five new exhibitions each month; published Msanii, a quarterly art magazine; had a dedicated children's wing with three full time teaching staff; had fourteen artists teaching art to children in Kenya’s leading referral hospital, Kenyatta National Hospital; held regular artists workshops and established an arts and crafts gift shop.
With her resignation from RaMoMA in 2009, One Off was born again.
In her twenty nine years in the business of Kenyan Art she has:
With the training of a commercial interior designer and her 29 years in the selling of the art of the region, Carol is uniquely placed to cater to the interests of corporate or private buyers for both investment and pleasure.