ARTsisters

ARTsisters Virtual Exhibition

The scheduled ARTsisters gallery exhibition has been moved online. You can view the art and make purchases through the Virtual Exhibition.


ARTsisters is an organization of visual artists who work in a variety of media and styles. They are united through their common goals:

  • Commitment to making art 
  • Dedication to inspiring each other and sharing knowledge
  • Showing new work 
  • Dedication to community

 ​ARTsisters members are professional artists in the Philadelphia area who meet regularly to discuss art and creative processes. They collaborate on upcoming shows, and work with nonprofit organizations to give back to their community.

ARTsisters History

 In 2005 Linda Dubin Garfield realized that her long-time friend and fellow artist Leslie DeBrocky functioned as more than a friend when it came to art—she was really an ARTsister, one who knew the process and understood the challenges of a professional artist. Together they created ARTsisters. Mission StatementARTsisters is a group of professional artists who empower each other and the community through art.  It is our belief that the collective energy generated, motivated and inspired by professional women artists creates synergy.  We share our creative spirit to benefit the community through exhibitions, special projects, workshops and art donations.​ARTsisters has supported the following non-profits:  

  • Adopt A Pig
  • American Heart Association
  • Bethesda Project
  • Child Advocates 
  • Dawn’s Place
  • Daniel Oren Foundation
  • Endow-A-Home
  • Hope School 
  • Juvenile Diabetes Foundation
  • Laurel House Circle of Friends
  • Looking Out for Kids 
  • New Day Drop In Center
  • Philadelphia FIGHT 
  • Project H.O.P.E.
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • The Cancer Support Community (formerly The Wellness Community of Philadelphia) 
  • St. Christopher’s Hospital
  • The Food Trust 
  • Valley Youth House
  • William Jeanes Memorial Library