Kristie Fujiyama Kosmides’ art is her spiritual practice–one she learned at an early age while growing up in Hilo, Hawaii as a fourth generation Japanese American. She explores the intimate and ephemeral qualities of humanity through abstract works that honor a sense of that which is greater than herself. Her work aims to touch the hearts of others, and manages to make the personal, universal through the eternal languages of beauty, connection and visual storytelling.
Her work resides in numerous collections and has been exhibited nationally in galleries in California and Hawaii, as well as internationally in Japan. She earned her BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, where she was also the recipient of the Otis College of Art and Design Thesis Award. More recently, her work has been displayed in the Hawaii State Capitol Building on the island of Oahu and can be found in the Honolulu International Airport, the Sheraton Maui, and more.
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