Located in the vibrant Short North Arts District, Brandt-Roberts Galleries offers one of the area’s largest selections of contemporary and post-war art. We feature a diverse group of regional and national artists who work in a variety of styles and media. Our contemporary artists have exhibited both nationally and internationally and have been featured in acclaimed arts publications. Our post war historic works focus on classic modernism, including the estates of several prominent and influential artists of the mid-twentieth century.
Since 2010, Brandt-Roberts Galleries has actively engaged with a diverse range of clients, including new and seasoned collectors, design professionals, corporate clients and museums. We are dedicated to a boutique approach, combining a personal touch with professional service standards. Testament to this is the large percentage of our business that comes from repeat clients.
“Let us guide you in discovering compelling artworks and building a life-long relationship with art!”
- Owner / Director, Michelle Brandt
Owner Michelle Brandt, a graduate of The Ohio State University, began her career in Charleston, South Carolina, where she managed a fine art gallery. Upon her return to Ohio in 2002, she worked for two Columbus galleries before launching Brandt-Roberts Galleries in 2010. Michelle is a dedicated leader in the local arts community, serving on the Short North Alliance’s board of directors and as the Short North Arts District’s public art chair. Michelle is also an active member of the Columbus Museum of Art, the Pizzuti Collection and the Wexner Center for the Arts.
Gallery associate, Marla Roddy holds a BFA in sculpture and BA in art history from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and an MFA in sculpture from Indiana University. In 2007, she studied at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, Italy and was awarded an Emerging Artist Scholarship for the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh, PA in 2012. Marla currently lives and works in Columbus.