After receiving her BFA from San Houston State University, Daryl lived and taught art at an overseas school in Tokyo in the 1970's. There, Howard was introduced to a private collection of 18th and 19th century Ukiyo-e woodcuts. Feeling an immediate connection to the works of art, Daryl embarked on an apprenticeship with master print-maker Hodaka Yoshida. By the time she left Japan, Howard had become proficient in the medium, well on her way to perfecting the painstaking demands of carving and printing.
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