About the M I H O gallery

Have a Heart, Buy Some Art! fundraising campaign
I am selling Limited Edition, Canvas Wrap and Fine Art Prints that I have taken on my many travels to Hawai'i and Japan. 33% of all sales will go toward supporting these projects to make this world a better place.
Limited Edition prints are printed on special metallic paper to add a luminescent quality to them. Each print is signed, numbered and framed and ready for hanging.
Canvas Wrap prints are printed on canvas and wrapped on stretcher bars to give it a painting-like quality and ready for hanging.
Fine Art prints are printed on high-glossy paper and mounted on archival matt board ready for framing.

Project Hibakusha
Project Hibakusha : Hope for Peace is documenting the lives of atomic bomb survivors to create a traveling exhibit to promote world peace. Over 100 hibakusha from Japan, South Korea, Brazil and the United States have agreed to share their stories about what they remember and how their lives were affected by the atomic bombs detonated over Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Ai Love Japan
On March 11th, 2011, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake rocked Northeastern Japan, sending a massive tsunami ashore that devastated the Tohoku coastline and triggered a nuclear crisis that continues to demoralize the people of Japan. We are documenting the survival stories of the evacuees and providing direct aid to the people in the hardest hit areas of Fukushima, Iwate and Miyagi Prefectures.

the Garrett Miho Foundation
The Garrett Miho Foundation assists children of single parent households so that children can continue to have access to activities and programs that provide life experience, leadership skills, interpersonal relationships and build self esteem. we are now supporting children in Japan who lost one or both parents in the tsunami.