Stone Ring (1995)
HIRO creaes artworks concerning cross-cultural East-West issues. Two major paintings, “SADA MEMORIES, Thoughts on Justice” and “Justice for All” are in the exhibition, “A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the United States Constitution,” through the year 2000 at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. HIRO, project director/curator for the recent Asian Pacific American Visual and Performing Arts Exhibition, “Circle of Friendship,” published the seminal education guide book with this program. AS a multi-media artist she produced and performed “East-West Dialogue,” “Ring of Fire: Pele Pahu,” and “KIMONO AND BARBED WIFE: Breaking barriers,” to be performed at the Barrick Museum in Las Vegas, evada, in conjunction with her painting of the same name which is on an 11-museum national tour with the Smithsonian SITES.