Join us for the 2023 Annual Benefit Auction on Saturday October 21!   Learn More & Register Here

Motoko Furuhashi

Motoko Furuhashi is fascinated by the natural cycle of growth, decay, and death – and the complexity of the processes that govern life between one place and the next. Using specific sites as her medium, she expands the conceptual meaning and purpose of the object, and play with the audience’s understanding of place. Relevant to the site from which materials have been excavated, each object is a representation of the specific correlations between time, location, perception, and importance; each carrying the history of the site captured within. Her work is distant memories embodied, and histories waiting to be told.

Upcoming Workshops

Site Specific Jewelry: The World is Your Studio!

Explore your surroundings and incorporate it into jewelry making. For this workshop, Motoko will navigate you how to look around the different environment and seek…

Scroll to Top