Yoko is a San Francisco, Bay Area-based sculptor and visual artist. Her work can be seen at San Francisco's DZINE Gallery and Silicon Valley's A.Space Gallery in Menlo Park, California. She is available for privately commissioned sculpture.
Yoko's current body of work explores the psychology of aesthetic perception as related to forms found in nature. Yoko explores the space between realism and abstraction by playing with organic shapes that echo forms found in plants and water movement. “My work is inspired by the landscapes my childhood in Guam, Hawaii, and California. I am particularly drawn to shapes that emerge from plant life, land formations, and water movement; the curve of a petal, the ridge of a mountain, the flow of the sea.” Bronze, marble and other stone are her primary materials which she loves for their classical, noble qualities.
Member, Asian American Women Artists Association