A time to honor and celebrate the many contributions Asian and Pacific Islander Americans have made to the history, society, and culture of the United States.
Meet the Artist
Yoshiko Ratliff is a painter and award-winning ceramicist. She was born and raised in Japan. She lives in Falls Church, Virginia, and paints and shows her work at her studio 203 at Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, Virginia. She also creates elegant porcelain crystalline glazed ceramic pieces at her home studio.
She has been exhibiting her work at Torpedo Factory Art Center, its satellite gallery at Mosaic District, Fairfax, VA, three times at Creative Crafts Council Biennial Exhibition, the Mansion at the Strathmore, Glenview Mansion, Rockville, MD, and other galleries national as well. Her work is found in private and corporate collections in the US, Japan, and Brazil, and in the 2022 DC Commision on the Arts and Humanities fine art collection (acquired trough the Art Bank program). She has received many awards, and has been featured in publications and radio interviews.
She is a juried member of the Scope Gallery at Torpedo Factory Art Benter and Diln Club of the Washington DC area since 2004.