Lois Yoshida is an artist who received her BS degrees in Microbiology and Medical Technology from the University of Washington. She studied with well-known and respected Northwest artist and sumi-e master Fumiko Kimura and master calligrapher Mary Shizuka Bottomley. Lois is active in the Puget Sound Sumi Artists organization (past president). Her award-winning sumi paintings have been exhibited in group shows, solo exhibits, and juried shows in the Northwest and internationally.
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