urbanartconcept

Urban

Art

Concept's

mission is to embraces all creative platforms to inspire human connection.  


Bryan Ohno

is the president of Bryan Ohno Gallery (est. 1996) and Urban Art Concept (est. 2006) in Seattle.

His art career has been devoted to: Artist cultivation of Dale Chihuly’s career, gallery shows of prominent artists such as Isamu Noguchi and Lynda Benglis; museum development of the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Daiichi Museum in Japan, and the Singapore National Museum.

Parks/public art activation socially engaged art includes Flying Freeway, Cube Gardens with the Seattle Parks & Recreation and the Spiral project with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

Curating new concepts for corporate art collections include Weyerhaeuser, Microsoft, Boston Consulting Group, and F5 Networks.


Ohno's human empowerment projects through art is his latest endeavor, harnessing the “Creative Fitness” for professional development in the corporate environment.

Backdooring ART into the lives of the Millennials through ArtRefresh, he conducts ongoing series of workshops at the gallery and at corporations awakening the dormant creativity within us.


Bachelor of Art, Fine Art, University of Puget Sound

Past Board Member of International Sculpture Center (NJ)

Past Advisory Board, 4Culture-Art and Shunpike (WA)