​​R. Shah Studio

The perfect symmetry of Mt. Fuji against the Japanese skyline is evident to every artist.  A dormant volcano, the mountain can be considered a giver and taker of life.  The reverence of “Fuji-san” by the Japanese people is an expression of love and respect as it is represented throughout many historical and contemporary artworks, including Ukiyo-e - the art of Japanese Woodblock Printing. After living in Japan for 5 years, Rajul has come to appreciate this and offers her own mystical interpretations of Fuji-San as inspired by her personal views; as well as some of the Japanese Woodblock Prints.

Title: Memories of Hokusai I

Medium: Mixed Media (Acrylic & Gold Leaf) on Canvas

Size: 92cm x 73cm

​150,000 Yen

Title: Memories of Hokusai III

Medium: Oil & Gold Leaf on Canvas

Size: 50cm x 40cm

​80,000 Yen

Title: I Dream of Fuji

Medium: Mixed Media (Acrylic, Gold/Silver Leaf) on Canvas

Size: 116cm x 91cm

​200,000 Yen

October 21 - 28, 2017 - Solo Show - All 10 works are on Artsy.net at https://www.artsy.net/artist/rajul-shah-1

The Fuji Collection​


Kitano Alley Gallery
104 B Kitano Alley
2-9-13 Yamamoto dori
Chuo-Ku, Kobe
Japan

Title: Golden Fuji-San

Medium: Mixed Media (Acrylic & Gold Leaf) on Canvas

Size: 92cm x 73cm

​150,000 Yen

​​​​​Peace. ART. Soul.