The Bryan Ohno Gallery features works that blur the line between art and science, challenge art traditions, and embrace evolving cultural intersections. Selected in 2013 as one of "Seattle's 10 Best Contemporary Art Galleries," by The Culture Trip, the gallery originally opened its doors in 1996 in Pioneer Square. The gallery is now located in the thriving artists' neighborhood of the International District.
Check out this City Arts article by Amanda Manitach about owner Bryan Ohno and the new gallery space. Also view Jake Uitti's interview with Bryan Ohno from The Monarch Review, Seattle's Literary & Arts Magazine
The Bryan Ohno Gallery also works in tandem with Urban Art Concept, an organization that facilitates public and architectural projects, which implement art and artistic expression as conduits for human connection.
ABOUT THE GALLERY:
2000 Group Photo (from left to right)
Ben Darby, Mary Henry, Dean Eliasen, Brandon Zebold, Bryan Ohno, James Lee Hanen, Lisa Zerkowitz, and Isabel Kahn