A Visual Artist.

  • Profile

    Sato is a Japanese artist inspired by culture and diversity. Her unique style of art includes advanced ambidextrous and printmaking skills, that she perfected during her time in New York. Growing up in Japan, Sato used ambidextrous technique to create design of the scenic world around her. Upon moving to New York, she noticed the vast diversity and fell in love with the multicultural tones of the city. New York changed her perspective of artistry; she attended the School of Visual Arts and began learning abstract printmaking techniques. Later, she was enrolled in “Dieu Donné” as an intern, learned handmade paper-making techniques. Her skills gained notice and in 2018, Sato was honored with an invitation to the Awagami Factory in Japan to learn the art of traditional Japanese paper-making.

    Throughout her life, Sato has grown tremendously, further developing her craft with the heart of her artwork based on diversity. Her artist activities in New York, with hopes of being a pioneer in her craft and returned to Japan as a respected and appreciated artist. Her artwork rises above the boundaries of discrimination to connect viewers from all backgrounds and she hopes to inspire them to embrace uniqueness and multi-cultural experiences.

  • Press

    Spotlight on Agora Artist: Satoco Yamamoto, 2018

    "May I have Coffee?"

    Publisher : Sankeisha, Japan

    Children's book publication in 2019​

    "Wizard in NY"

    Publisher : Sankeisha, Japan

    Children's book publication in 2018

    Professional Artist Network page

    Speedball Art Products

    The editorial "Travel"

    An article of Awagami factory residency

    Shukan NY Seikatsu July 7th, 2018


    Published Shukan NY Seikatsu, October 1st 2016

    Published Shukan NY Seikatsu, February 18th 2017

  • Works


    BWAC PRINTS 2021, BWAC gallery


    "Home Room" Radiator Gallery

    “Invitational Exhibition” juried by George Billis of the George Billis Gallery
    “Support New York: Online Fundraiser for Artists & Hospitals” COVID-19 fundraising online exhibition ART Maze Magazine winter issue 16, London in UK
    “Postcard From The Edge” Visual AIDS presents Annual Benefits at Bortolami gallery, NY
    Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (The Tolman Collection represent) , MD
    “MutualArt” Solo article
    “The NYC Summer Invitational” George Billis Gallery, NY
    White Space Chelsea, NY
    DaVinci Artist Supply presents “Spring Floral 2 show” “Halloween exhibit” NY
    Awagami factory papermaking program with University of Wisconsin students in Tokushima, Japan

    “Lil’ Radicals : Multicultural & Social Justice Publications for Kids” Booklyn presents at BKLYN Army Terminal, NY
    “Postcard From The Edge” Visual AIDS presents Annual Benefits at Bortolami Gallery, NY
    “Love Positive Women” Visual AIDS presents at Abrons Arts Center, NY

    Building Power: A Benefit for VOCAL and the Young Center at Planthouse, NY “May I have coffee?” children’s book publication, Japan

    “Ogawa Washi” Japanese paper making project at The Living Gallery Outpost, NY

    IFPDA Print Fair, NY Affordable Art Fair, NY ARTexpo, NY

    “Mr. Witch in NY” children’s book publication, Japan

    The San Francisco Fine Print Fair
    IFPDA Los Angeles Fine Print Fair Baltimore Art, Antique and Jewelry show

    Chicago Antique + Art+ Design Show

    “Life is But a Dream” Agora gallery, NY Chicago Antique + Art+ Design Show

    Affordable Art Fair, NY


    Winners of New Impressions Printmaking Competition, Davis Gallery at Sawtooth School for Visual Arts, Winston-Salem, NC
    Winners of New Impressions Printmaking Competition, Southern Graphic Council International printmaking conference, Portland, OR

  • Contact

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