Yoko Kubrick is an American sculptor of Japanese and Czech heritage. She grew up in Guam, Hawaii, California and the Czech Republic. Trained in an atelier setting, Yoko is versed in bronze and marble sculpture. She creates small scale up to monumental sized work. Yoko's sculptures explore the aesthetic perceptions of forms found in nature and explore the emotional qualities of shapes, what she calls "the emotive language of form". Plant life, water movement and land formations inform her visual vocabulary.
Photo credits: Gabriele Danesi and LightGrid Studios - Bill Delzell