Partnering with over 4,000 private collectors to achieve their collection and display goals.
  • Custom & Conservation Framing
  • Art Installation
  • Art Subscription
  • Special Projects

Contact us to see how we can help with your special project.

Collaborating with over 400 corporate clients to beautify offices and waiting rooms.

Corporate Clients


Experience beautiful international art, seek-out framing or collection advice, or visit for any number of artistic interests– every day at Serengeti Gallery is a celebration of life and a rich cultural inheritance. You are invited to join a bustling network of arts enthusiasts in the D.C. Metropolitan area.

Serengeti Gallery offers white glove art service, including collection building, custom framing, professional installation, curated exhibitions, private events, art talks and more. With 30+ years of experience, the gallery caters to a wide range of clientele, including art collectors – novice and seasoned, designers, professional buyers and non-profit organizations. 

The gallery’s beautifully framed artwork can be found in restaurants, office buildings, educational institutions and churches, as well as the homes of art enthusiasts residing in Washington, DC, Maryland, Virginia and beyond.

You’re About to Get Served!

For 30 years, you have trusted us to preserve your dearest treasures with integrity and beauty.  So you can be comfortable bringing your special item to us.  Together, we will create a beautiful design, even if it is a bit unconventional.

  • Art Acquisition
  • Custom & Conservation Framing
  • Cataloging & Estate Service
  • Art Appraisal
  • Installation
  • Special Commission
  • Repairs
  • Secondary Market
  • Private Gallery Event
  • Artist Management
  • Guided Educational Tour
  • Field Trip
  • Art Talk / Reception
  • Community Arts Event

Case Study: A Post Card for Rasheed

Rasheed was given a postcard from his daughter, who was abroad serving the country.  He wanted to frame it for display, but did not want to conceal the writing or destroy the paper in the process.  The best solution for him was the glass encasement-style frame (image below) that we suggested and designed together.