Small Works 2016
Exhibition Open House
Saturday, September 24, 2016, 2-5 pm
1615 Bridgeway, Sausalito
Exhibition Dates: September 24 – October 15 (call for hours)
Current work by Satish Gupta highlights this “Small Works 2016” show, featuring:
- Vichai Chinalai – Brushwork
- Yee Cheung, Wood sculpture, Cast Paper
- Satish Gupta – Wood sculpture, Works on canvas
- Li Huayi – Brushwork
- Liao Shou-ping – Silkscreen print
- Mayumi Oda – Brushwork, etching
- Tetsuro Sawada – Silkscreen print
- Toko Shinoda – Lithograph print
- Kazuaki Tanahashi – Brushwork
- Sachio Yamashita – Mixed media
Special Event with Mayumi Oda — an exhibition of her artwork and booksigning of “Merciful Sea” (2012), the catalogue raisonne of 45 years of her serigraphs.
Sunday, July 17, 2016, 2:00 pm
Mayumi on Facebook
Dear Mayumi, it was such a tremendous honor for us at the Buddhist Peace Fellowship to be able to meet you in person and see your work. It is hard to describe how much of an inspiration you are to some of us in a younger generation of buddhist activists for peace. Your years and years of unparalleled art, of anti-nuclear organizing, of sharing knowledge of goddesses and nature in your work, of farming and teaching others how to grow: we are so grateful for your example. I’m getting tears in my eyes just writing this!
We are living in frightening times, with war, racism, climate change, gender oppression, exploitation, and so much more. Your art, and your outspoken defense of land, sky, and oceans, bring us hope. They bring us healing in such times. You will continue to inspire countless young people for generations to come. Thank you so very much. And we can’t wait to see your new paintings of the next 10 years. 🙂
With boundless love and gratitude,
Katie Loncke, current Co-Director (with Dawn Haney) of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship
An Exhibition of Ink on Paper
Through March 31, 2016
Reception Saturday, February 20, 4-6 pm
Gallery Open House & Book Signing Event with Kazuaki Tanahashi
Saturday, January 30, 2016, 3pm
Please join us in welcoming Kazuaki Tanahashi for a book signing celebrating his latest release “Heart of the Brush” published by Shambhala Publications.
Heart of the Brush, The Heart Sutra and Zen Chants will be available for purchase
Gallery Open House Saturday, October 17, 2-5pm
Other Hours by Appointment
Miracles of Each Moment
May through August 2015
Hours by Appointment
Kazuaki Tanahashi (棚橋一晃, c. 1933) is an accomplished Japanese calligrapher, Zen teacher, author and translator of Buddhist texts from Japanese and Chinese to English, most notably works by Dogen (he began his translation of Shobogenzo in his twenties). He first met Shunryu Suzuki in 1964, and upon reading Suzuki’s book Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind he stated, “I could see it’s Shobogenzo in a very plain, simple language.” He has helped notable Zen teachers author books on Zen Buddhism, such as John Daido Loori. A fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science—Tanahashi is also an environmentalist and peaceworker.
Love Japan – Gallery Open House
Recent Paintings and Drawings
Gallery Open House
Saturday, February 8, 2014 – 2-5 pm
White Tara, 2011
Acrylic, gold leaf on canvas
6′ x 3′
Gallery Open House
Saturday & Sunday, February 23 & 24, 1-5 pm
Join us for an Open House to celebrate the Year of the Snake!
Gallery Open House
Saturday & Sunday, December 1 & 2, 2-6 pm
Come see our current exhibition of Mayumi Oda works – Goddesses – Old and New, 1972 – 2012. Mayumi’s book, Merciful Sea – 45 Years of Serigraphs, is available for purchase in the gallery.
[at right, Mayumi Oda at the October 20 book signing]
Mayumi Oda Book Signing
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Mayumi Oda joined us to sign copies of her recently published book that lavishly illustrates 45 years of her hand-printed vivacious images
This event coincided with her current exhibition in the gallery Goddesses – Old and New, 1972 – 2012.
Merciful Sea – 45 Years of Serigraphs
- Published 2012 – Robyn Buntin of Honolulu
- Hardcover, 107 pages
- Over 300 artwork images
- Artwork in full color and well indexed.
- Contains biographical material and lists exhibition history 1969-2012
The book is available for purchase in the gallery.
Special pricing: $60.00 (reg. $75.00)