In scenic Bodega Bay, Northern California, the Ren Brown Collection Gallery is a long-established and well-respected art gallery, dedicated to showing contemporary art from both sides of the Pacific Ocean. A major focus of the gallery is on modern Japanese prints by living artists. Many works are included in the collections of prominent museums, and have been exhibited worldwide.
Located a few minutes from the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Verne Collection was established in Little Italy in the 1950s and quickly became the region’s most respected experts on Japanese art. The Verne Collection has now become one of the most important galleries in the world for well-known and respected Japanese artists, representing some of the leading print makers and painters in Japan and throughout the world.
A treasure trove in the heart of Honolulu, a must for lovers of Asian art, Robyn Buntin of Honolulu is a family-operated art and antiques gallery specializing in the arts of Asia and the Pacific. The gallery has held several large exhibitions for Mayumi Oda in Honolulu during its many years of representing her work.
The Gallery of Great Things specializes in representing artists that convey the culture and heritage of Hawai'i and the Pacific in both modern and indigenous form. The Gallery represents over 200 artists with an eclectic mix of form, material and style. Visit the gallery to view an extensive collection of Mayumi Oda prints and original paintings.
Allison Tolman, a second generation connoisseur of contemporary Japanese prints, is a private dealer in New York City representing leading Japanese artists whose principal medium is paper. She is actively involved in building private, corporate and museum collections of contemporary Japanese works on paper.
Long-time Asian Art dealer and collector Roberta English offers an amazing selection of contemporary Japanese prints in her sunny studio-like gallery in Sausalito, California. A wonderful opportunity to acquire art by artists who have now reached major status and whose works are found in museums, corporate collections and prestigious private collections world-wide.
Hiro Minato studied Interior Design in the U.S. and worked as a creative designer in Japan for forty years. He is an exhibitions planner of arts and crafts and the gallery owner of Design Work Studio. Mr. Minato has produced and curated exhibitions for Mayumi in the United States as well as in Japan.