I spent my childhood in Hiroshima, Japan where I had the privilege of experiencing the Japanese culture, and learning the many traditions and customs which have been passed down from generation to generation. As I grew older, my appreciation of the Japanese culture remained close to my heart, and manifested itself through this growing collection of Japanese art. Specifically Japanese paintings, prints, woodblocks, antique books, as well as a few Samurai tools and weaponry. Throughout the years I collected a variety of art and antiques which are available for viewing online through this website. We have included imagery of the works, along with available background on the art and artist.
The objective of this web site is to serve as a growing art reference source cataloging the works within the collection, as well providing education supporting the art through the "Insights" section of the web site. Works are available for purchase either through the shopping bag or inquiry functions.
I hope that you enjoy browsing the site and learning more about the collection!
-Chris Koller, Collection Director & Curator
Chris, Kinsley, Kaysen (not pictured) & Nancy Koller
The Koller Family
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