June Linowitz has, in her active career, been an art consultant, gallery director, business person, curator, community activist, and artist. She was the director of Studio Gallery in Washington, DC from 1990 to 1996, when she left to start ArtSeen, an art consulting business that represented over 300 regional artists. Linowitz serves as an exhibition curator, juror and judge. In 2019 she will be co-curating exhibitions for the Cato Institute in Washington, DC and the Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival in Latrobe, PA. Linowitz has served on the board of the Montgomery County Arts Council and The Millennium Commission for the Arts. She is currently president of the board of Arts on the Block (www.artsontheblock.com) which empowers creative youth to imagine and shape fulfilling futures and contribute to their communities.
Throughout all her endeavors, June Linowitz has been a working artist. Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally and is in the collections of private individuals and corporations. In 2014 Linowitz closed ArtSeen to return to her studio full-time. She recently completed a series of sculpted wall hanging heads that explore emotions and states of mind (The Heads) while developing a series of mixed media portraits that memorialize the significant people in her life (Portraits). She continues to explore the multiple ways that handmade paper can be formed and manipulated as she experiments with casting, sewing and enhancing paper through various materials and techniques.