• Right Here, 2018
    Acrylic on canvas 18 x 24 x 1 inches
    by Rebecca Nie

  • In the Garden of the Beloved, 2018
    Oil on panel 39 x 29 x 2 inches
    by Yari Ostovany

  • Lovely Afternoon, 2017
    Chinese ink on paper 24 x 24 x 2 inches
    by Leo Pan


October 5 – October 13


12:00 pm–4:00 pm

Misho Gallery is proud to present "---Scapes". Chinese landscape paintings have been a pillar in Asian art for over 2000 years and this exhibit features artists who will take us beyond the traditional. Seven Bay Area Asian artists were invited for this exhibition. Amid their different backgrounds, their language of art moves from traditional landscapes, to abstract and even the more esoteric Mindscapes. The artworks transport viewers to another time, place or dimension often evoking feelings of doubt, happiness or serenity. Each piece of art gives us a peek into the artist's "---Scapes" world. This exhibit features emerging and established artists: Shari Arai DeBoer, DiMeng, Rebecca Nie, Yari Ostovany, Leo Pan, Tsungwei Moo, Linda Yao, Xiaomingcao Jin and Zeguang Jin.

Opening Reception

Saturday, October 6

October 10

Art & Meditation Workshop

4:30 pm–6:30 pm

Do you need a moment to breathe? Misho Gallery's Asian Week meditation workshop is tailored for you. Come, and enjoy an afternoon of tranquility with the meditation teacher and artist, Rebecca Nie. You will hear about how the Zen master practices meditation in everyday life, learn breath and movement meditation, and practice group meditation. All of these will take place among top-quality art curated by Misho Gallery. What are you waiting for? Sign up, and give yourself the gift of peace and beauty.

Must RSVP. Seating limited to 20. Door will close at 5pm sharp, no exception.


Galleries & Dealers

Misho Gallery

Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Islamic & Middle Eastern

Misho Gallery opened its door in 2009. The gallery focuses on Contemporary and Abstract art exhibiting both paintings and photograph, with an emphasis in promoting emerging local artists. In recent years, the gallery has also worked with more established Chinese and Thai artists leading to the or organizing cultural exchanges to introduce these artists to the American market.



(415) 655-1838
United States
680 8th street, suite 230, San Francisco, CA 94103


Monday through Saturday
12 am–4 pm