ArtSeen Gallery exhibits artwork by local artists, with the mission to raise awareness and support for local youth-focused non-profit organizations. We sponsor art exhibits at no cost to the artists, who reciprocate by donating a portion of sales directly to their selected charity. The gallery is fully funded by Tri-Graphics Picture Framing and Brett Silbert.
Most of the artists are established, skilled professionals, but we do offer exhibitions to students who receive public service credits for working with our selected charities. We also feature up-and-coming artists that may have personal relationships with issues addressed by the charities.
ArtSeen was established in 1979 by June Linowitz as a source for fine art in a corporate environment. June went on to become the Director of Studio Gallery in Washington DC, and then earned a place on the Board of Directors of Arts on the Block. ArtSeen's current mission is to help Washington DC area charities that focus on youth issues (see below). We host art shows that raise money, but more importantly, awareness, for serious causes that affect the young people in our community. June Linowitz is an advisor to the new ArtSeen Gallery.
Delivery & installation services are available by our in-house professional staff.
ArtSeen Gallery Showroom Hours:
Monday - Thursday
9:00 am - 5:30 pm
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
(see our schedule of upcoming shows)
Evenings by appointment.
12115-G Parklawn Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
ArtSeen Gallery is located within Tri-Graphics Picture Framing, in Keats Plaza off of Parklawn Drive. See below for a map.
CHARITIES WE SUPPORT
1. ARTS ON THE BLOCK
Address: 8510 Fenton St., Silver Spring, MD 20910
Mission: Arts on the Block empowers creative, at-risk youth to have fulfulling futures, join the creative workforce, and contribute to our community. They provide real-world training in a working studio and on public art projects throughout the DC metro region.
2. SAFE CENTER FOR HUMAN TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS
Address: UMD Safe Center, PO Box 923, College Park, MD 20741
Phone: 301-314-7233 (SAFE)
Mission: Provides survivor-centered and trauma-informed services and empowers trafficking survivors to heal and reclaim their lives.
3. 4 MONTGOMERY'S KIDS
Address: PO Box 34864, 10421 Westlake Terr., Bethesda, MD
Mission: Helps to improve the lives of abused and neglected youth in Montgomery County by providing opportunities and services they might not otherwise receive.
4. NATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR CANCER RESEARCH (NFCR)
Address: 5515 Security Ln. Suite 1105, Rockville, MD 20852
Phone: 1-800-321-2873 (CURE)
Mission: Support cancer research and public education related to prevention and early diagnosis, better treatment, and ultimately, a cure for cancer. Contributions to NFCR go specifically toward pediatric cancer research and/or related youth programs.
Address: 13300 Arctic Ave., Rockville, MD 20853
Phone: 301-962-9400 ext. 5523
Mission: Supports students with a range of mild to moderate learning differences. The organization's aim is to motivate students to become life-long learners. They provide expert services and support. The goal is to help the students become independent adults and contributing members of our local community.
6. FIGHT 4 THE CURE
Address: 10524 Detrick Ave., Kensington, MD 20895
Mission: Provides financial support for diabetes prevention, treatment services, and research that will lead to a cure. Fight 4 Diabetes Cure funds a children's diabetes camp. About 35%-40% of the children receive financial assistance from the organization to attend. Donations from ArtSeen Gallery exhibitors will go toward helping the kids with financial need to attend the camp.