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Rajul Shah Exhibition “Spirit Me Away” – Tokyo Sept 22 – Oct 12, 2018

Best Living Japan is excited to announce painter Rajul Shah’s “Spirit Me Away” exhibit. Rajul, a Tokyo based artist, will exhibit over 15 of her recent paintings which fabulously capture memories of her global travels. Her paintings merge her multi-cultural upbringing, zest for life, and passion of  Japanese simplicity. To support women’s education 10% of all paintings will also be contributed to the Asian University for Women (AUW). Please come visit the Best Living Japan studio to view the “Spirit Me Away” between September 22 – October 12, 2018.  Please RSVP below to join an opening reception on September 22 & 23, 2018 (Sat & Sun) between 15:30 -18:30 @ The Best Living Japan Studio in Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.

Rajul Shah Exhibition “Spirit Me Away” – Tokyo Sept 22 – Oct 12, 2018

A Sampling of Rajul Shah’s work. See more at the her Website. 

Rajul Shah Exhibition "Spirit Me Away" - Tokyo Sept 22 - Oct 12, 2018

Title: Memories of Hokusai 1, The Fuji Collection, 2017
Details: Acrylic & Variegated leaf on Canvas, 92 X 73cm

Rajul Shah Exhibition "Spirit Me Away"

Title: The Shack, The Bucket List, 2018
Details: Oil on Canvas, 92 X 60cm

Rajul Shah Exhibition "Spirit Me Away"

Title: Black & Ice, The Water Collection, 2018
Details: Acrylic & Silver Leaf on Canvas, 92 X 72cm

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RECEPTION: RSVP for the Rajul Shah “Spirit Me Away” Reception to this email address Rajul@rshah-studio.com.  Please state if you will attend the Saturday, September 22, 15:30 -18:30 reception or Sunday, September 23rd 15:30 – 18:30 Reception.
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Rajul Shah Exhibition "Spirit Me Away"Artist:  Rajul Shah

Rajul Shah was born in Mumbai, India, raised in the Northeastern part of the United States and currently has homes and studios in both the US and Japan. Her artwork is a blend of contemporary American dynamics and traditional Japanese simplicity.  Integrating a variety of materials, including gold and silver leaf, acrylic and oil, Rajul creates paintings with radiant layers of color and light.

Rajul has been in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Japan, including the Design Festa Gallery in Tokyo, Kitano Alley Gallery in Kobe and the Intercontinental Hotel In Osaka.  “Surya Rising”, a painting from the Indian Icons Collection, was featured as part of Blossom Blast Artist Show at the UltraSuperNew Gallery in Tokyo.  Her work “The Shack” was featured in the online exhibition presented by Manhattan Arts International New York, New York. She has also exhibited her work at the India Art Festival in Mumbai, in February 2018, where her artwork was showcased in the Hindustani Times and Colour Canvas. Her paintings are in private and public collections in Japan, the USA, India and Australia. 

“Spirited Away”, the theme of her show encompasses her basic intent when painting.  Across all of her collections, Rajul offers a brief respite from the chaos of daily life – a chance to reflect and refresh.  Pieces of from all three of her collections will be shown, including The Fuji Collection, The Bucket List and Water.

“Rajul Shah’s deep spiritual nature, extensive world travels, and exposure to different cultures have imbued her art with a universal narrative that unifies us all”

– Renee Phillips, Curator & Founder, Manhattan Arts International, New York

Rajul Shah was born in Mumbai, India, raised in the Northeastern part of the United States and currently has homes and studios in both the US and Japan. Her artwork is a blend of contemporary American dynamics and traditional Japanese simplicity.  Integrating a variety of materials, including gold and silver leaf, acrylic and oil, Rajul creates paintings with radiant layers of color and light.

Rajul has been in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Japan, including the Design Festa Gallery in Tokyo, Kitano Alley Gallery in Kobe and the Intercontinental Hotel In Osaka.  “Surya Rising”, a painting from the Indian Icons Collection, was featured as part of Blossom Blast Artist Show at the UltraSuperNew Gallery in Tokyo.  Her work “The Shack” was featured in the online exhibition presented by Manhattan Arts International New York, New York. She has also exhibited her work at the India Art Festival in Mumbai, in February 2018, where her artwork was showcased in the Hindustani Times and Colour Canvas. Her paintings are in private and public collections in Japan, the USA, India and Australia. 

“Spirited Away”, the theme of her show encompasses her basic intent when painting.  Across all of her collections, Rajul offers a brief respite from the chaos of daily life – a chance to reflect and refresh.  Pieces of from all three of her collections will be shown, including The Fuji Collection, The Bucket List and Water.

“Rajul Shah’s deep spiritual nature, extensive world travels, and exposure to different cultures have imbued her art with a universal narrative that unifies us all”

– Renee Phillips, Curator & Founder, Manhattan Arts International, New York

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RECEPTION 
RSVP for the Rajul Shah “Spirit Me Away” Reception to this email Rajul@rshah-studio.com. Please state if you will attend the Saturday, September 22, 15:30 -18:30 reception or Sunday, September 23rd 15:30 – 18:30 Reception.

Rajul Shah Exhibition “Spirit Me Away” – Tokyo Sept 22 – Oct 12, 2018

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