A few years later she studied stained glass with Anne Weston and illustration with Frank Holme. From November 1901 to March 1902, she studied figure drawing at the Art Institute of Chicago and was influenced by the Japanese techniques of Arthur Wesley Dow in his book
In 1912 she exhibited her woodcut prints in Tokyo at the Tenth Annual Art Exhibition. In 1915 she was awarded a silver medal at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition for her color woodcuts. Her work has also received honors in Rome, Paris and Portugal.
She made her last known print in 1935.
She did continue to show her work in the United States and China until 1950. She published two books, Gods,Goblins and Ghosts in 1922 and Gangplanks to the East in 1936.
She was a member of the Asiatic Society of Japan, California Society of Etchers (now California Society of Printmakers) and Print Makers Society of California.