Whereabouts of the water No.2-2 Voyage-rhyme Fountainhead
Waiting for a wind Drift-Rhyme A sealed seed No.2
Next Room No.3 Hear from South Winds Morinig Memory
Scene with the Window Time-Rhyme Flora
Night Breath Rainy Day A sealed seed
Orange Day Tone poem II Leading to the Forest
Biography of Hiroko FURUYA
1961 Born in Tokyo
1986 Graduated from Department of Oil Painting, Tama Art University
1988 Completed The Postgraduate Course at Tama Art University
[Solo Exhibitions]
2011 Galleria Grafica Tokio, Tokyo ['06,'04,'01,'97,'95,'93]
2009 Art Gallery Muse, Gunma ['05, '00]
Miyako Gallery, Osaka ['05, '03,'99]
2006 Gallery Yumi, Shizuoka ['01]
2005 Gallery Oishi, Fukuoka ['01, '98, '96, '94]
2003 Gallery Hoshigaoka Art Village, Kochi
Gallery Tamamiseum, Aichi ['01]
2002 Gallery Live-Art, Ehime
Suge Antique & Gallery, Kanagawa
Takanashi Gallery, Shizuoka
2001 Kaede Gallery, Niigata
Yama Gallery, Mie
Galleria Micia, Kagawa
2000 Art Gallery II, ART G, Gallery Lime, Gunma
1999 Gallery Cat's Ai, Toyama
GalleryHosaka, Shizuoka ['91-'96, '90]
1998 Gallery Haoto, Shizuoka ['96]
1995 Adachi Sanroku Gallery, Fukuoka ['93]
1994 Garando Gallery, Nagoya
Heian Gallery, kyoto
Gallery Sousetsu, Nagano
1991 Shirota Gallery, Tokyo
[Selected Grouop Exhibitions]
2021 Chêne Artist Show, Galerie Chêne Tokyo, Tokyo
2013 Yuko Iwakiri and Hiroko Furuya Exhibition, HOKUBU Memorial Picture Gallery, Hokkaido

"Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints",   Ino-cho Paper Museum, Kouchi
"Gwangju Biennale Special Exhibition", Nine Gallery, Korea / Gallery Godo, Korea

2007 ”Exhibition of Purchase of Excellent Art Works Agency for Cultural Affairs", The Japan Art Academy, Japan
"Print Biennale in DAEGU2007", Korea
"International Multiple Art Exhibition", Korea
2005 "Contemporary Print Current Exhibition", Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo
"Seoul International Print", Photo & Edition Works Art Fair, Seoul, Korea
2004 "100 Years of Japanese Print" Exhibition, Nagoya City Art Museum, Aichi
2002 "Contemporary Japanese Woodblock Prints", Scotland ['01]
2000 "Y2K International Exhibition of Prints", Taiwan
1997 "The 8th International Print Biennale", Taipei, Taiwan
1996 "100 Members of The Japan Print Association" Exhibition, Skofja Loka, Slovenia
1995 "The 1st Woodblock Prints Grand Prize Exhibition of Kawakami Sumio Art Museum", Kanuma City, Tochigi
1994 "The 9th Seoul International Print Biennale", Seoul, Korea
1993 "TAEJON International Print Exhibition", Korea
1992 "Woodcut - from the End of Meiji era to the Present - Exhibition", Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo
1991 "The 5th International Print Biennale", Taipei, Taiwan
1989 "The 7th Gen Yamaguchi Memorial Prints Grand Prize Exhibition", Shizuoka
1988 "Korean and Japanese Contemporary Prints Exhibition", Korea
"Modern Fine Arts Selection Exhibition", Tokyo and Iwate etc.
"New Age Prints Series", Yoseido Reflection Gallery, Tokyo
1987 "The 3rd International Biennial Print Exhibition Republic of China", Taiwan
[Awards and others]
2008 Second Prize at Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints
1995 Associate Grand Award at The 1st Woodblock Prints Grand Prize Exhibition of Kawakami Sumio Art Museum, Kanuma City, Tochigi
1990 Attended domestic art trainee, assigned by Agency for Cultural Affairs
1998 The Best New Artist of Gen Yamaguchi Prize at The 56th Exhibition of The Japan Print Association
[Public Collections]
Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo / Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo / Japanese paper Museum Ino Town, Kochi / Kurobe Art Museum, Toyama / Numazu City, Shizuoka / Agency for Cultural Affairs / Tikotin Museum of Japanese Art, Israel / Art Museum, National Taiwan University of Art, Taiwan
Part-time lecturer of Tama Art UniversityFaculty of Art and Design Department of Painting Printmaking Course / Member of The Japan Print Association / Member of The Committee of University of Art & Print Studies in Japan / Member of Japan Artists' Association, Inc./HUKUBU Memorial Picture Gallery, Hokkaido/Selçnk University, Turkey/National Taiwan Museum of Arts/Kuandu Museum of Art, Taiwan/Higashihiroshima City Museum of Art/Aioi Shinrin Museum of Art, Tokushima