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Michelle Yamamoto

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about the artist

Since her first international solo show in Manila, Philippines in 2000, Michelle has participated in over 60 group and solo shows in the Pacific Northwest. Her wildlife, figurative and portrait work is recognizable for its imaginative story telling of the colorful journey we are on.

In 2010,  she founded “Brave Art for Youth”, a youth mindfulness program she teaches in middle schools in Canada, Washington, Oregon and where she is presently head of the Art Department at Wildwood Academy.

As a member of the prestigious Hood River artist collective at 301 Art Gallery, she loves connecting with her collectors and the art loving community of her fellow member artists.

You will find her inspiring mural work on permanent display on the Diamond Growers Building in Odell, at the Hood River History Museum and Henkle Middle School,White Salmon, WA.


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Columbia Center for the Arts

215 Cascade Avenue
PO Box 1543
Hood River, OR 97031
(541) 387-8877
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Sunday 12pm-4pm
(Closed during installations
each month the Sunday-Tuesday
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