The Artist Relief Project was originally founded to raise funds for and awareness of artists affected by Hurricane Sandy. 

As has been widely reported, the superstorm damaged studios and galleries in Chelsea and beyond, destroying the artwork and livelihoods of many artists from around the world.  Storm-related art insurance losses were approximately $500 million, but many artists were uninsured.

While we cannot reverse the damage, we can form a global partnership to help these artists get back on their feet. 

Our current project is an art print, with 40% of the proceeds pledged to New York Foundation for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund.  Our first exhibition raised thousands of dollars for NYFA's Emergency Relief Fund and received favorable, international press.

With zero marketing budget, we are counting on you to help us spread the word.  Please tell friends and colleagues about The Artist Relief Project via FacebookTwitter (@ArtistRelief) and email.  Together, we can make a difference.

If you like the idea of buying art while doing good and you would like to learn about future charitable art projects, please join the email list.  We hope to launch other projects supporting important causes and charities.

Thank you for your support!

Arielle Sandler
Founder / Curator / Artist
The Artist Relief Project

The Artist Relief Project is an international fundraising platform that supports worthy charities while providing unique exposure opportunities for talented artists.  Our motto is simple:  Buy art.  Do good.