Koichi Yamamoto

 On View March 15, 2022 - April 23, 2022

ARTIST TALK |  WYO THEATER | Fri,  March 18th  | 5:30pm - 6:30pm | 

ARTIST RECEPTION | Fri, March 18th | 6:30-7:30 PM | Refreshments by Verdello

ARTIST WORKSHOP | Sat, March 19th | 9 am - 2pm

Supporting Sponsors Ryan & Rachel Landis, Rollie Hruza- State Farms

Additional Support: AlphaGraphics Sheridan and funding from the Wyoming Arts Council.

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Koichi Yamamoto is an artist who merges the traditional and contemporary by creating unique and innovative approaches to the language of printmaking.


Koichi was born in Osaka, Japan 1967. He moved to Dayton, Wyoming in 1983 age 15. His experience in Northern Wyoming formed interest towards to natural science and art. He completed BFA in 1992 at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon then move to Krakow, Poland for producing works and later at Bratislava Academy of Fine Arts in Slovakia to study traditional copper engravings. He studied in Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, Poland in 1996. After that he completed MFA at University of Alberta, Canada in 1999. He also worked as a textile designer in Fredericia, Denmark in 2000.

Koichi’s prints explore issues of the sublime, memory, and atmosphere.
He has exhibited internationally. He has taught at Utah State University and University of Delaware and currently a professor at University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

For further information, visit is website at www.yamamotoprintmakin.com

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Works

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Yaku

1997

Relief Printing

50 x 128

NFS

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Die Bunker 4

1998

Relief Printing

47 x 36

$2000

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Zu Butte

2001

Monotype

39 x 75

$1800

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Mimi Ga Ne (Metallic Ears)

2019

Intaglio Chine Collé on Monotype

57 x 36

$1200

Ju Hachu (Eighteen)

1996

Relief Printing

47 x 35

$1200

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Shinshoku (Erosion)

1999

Relief Printing

32 x 47

$2000

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Asase (Shallow Water)

2019

Monotype

56 x 39

$1000

Nyu-Toh’ (Nipple)

1998

Relief Printing

32 x 48

$2000

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Die Bunker 1

1991

Relief Printing

33 x 48

NFS

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Detach

2020

Intaglio Chine Collé on Monotype

75 x 39

$1800

Die Bunker 17

1998

Relief Printing

35 x 47

$2000

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Kai Wa (Dialogue)

2019

Monotype

57 x 39

$1000

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Kanmuri (Crown)

2019

Intaglio Chine Collé on Monotype

57 x 36

$1200

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Ji Ha Tzu (Self Departing)

2020

Intaglio Chine Collé on Monotype

75 x 39

$1800