Izumi Yokoyama

Izumi Yokoyama’s intricate line drawings and time-haunted installations explore and embrace human struggles within the context of nature. Apparitional motifs in her works are dark and transcending. The concepts are characterized by the presence of absence in her use of negative space. Yokoyama meditatively threads ephemeral and eternal, while evoking nostalgia for the unknown.  


Pigment ink pen drawing on paper, 22x30 in, 2019


Pigment ink pen drawing on paper, 11x19 in, 2017


Pigment ink pen drawing on paper, 29”x45”, 2019

Izumi Yokoyama is a multi-media artist who lives and works in Taos, New Mexico. Born in Niigata, Japan in 1980, Yokoyama graduated with an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute. In Birds of Appetite: Alchemy & Apparition, at Harwood Museum of Art in Taos early in 2019, was received excellently. Yokoyama has been presenting her works locally, nationally, and internationally.