She started to take drawing more seriously in middle school when a classmate, who was known to be a good drawer, complimented her rabbit drawing. She began her art activities with the desire to heal herself and others who have lost their friend.
Her main exhibitions include the 2010 Mini Exhibition of Original Works in Design Festa (Tokyo), the 2015 Glamorous Watercolor Exhibition (Tokyo), a selected winner at the National 156th Nichizu Exhibition, and so on.
Yuriko mainly uses transparent watercolor paints and a pencil to draw. Her artwork style is very abstract and sometimes includes flowers. Many consider it to be mysterious, so she believes that it makes people wonder and search for what is being expressed.
She would love to continue creating artworks that provoke thoughts and touch upon sensitivities.