For more than forty years, Foundry Gallery has supported and showcased some of Washington, DC’s most promising and accomplished artists. As a non-profit, artist-owned cooperative gallery, Foundry offers a rich diversity of original works of art at more affordable prices than commercial galleries. Most important, our focus is on providing exposure and recognition to new and emerging artists, enabling us to feature work not widely seen before.
Foundry Gallery was established in 1971 by four students of well-known Washington, DC painter Gene Davis. Sharing space in the old Duvall Foundry building in Georgetown, the group grew to include more artists. Finally, in 2004 we moved to our current location in historic Dupont Circle.
Gallery membership embodies a rich diversity of artistic styles, mediums and techniques. A continuous and abundant influx of new artwork is exhibited, appealing to both novice and experienced art collector alike.
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