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Born in Miyagi prefecture. While working as a graphic designer, he became captivated by “Nihon-ga” (Japanese-style paintings). He then began to focus on “Jigoku-E” (hell scenes). After his first exhibition in Tokyo, he moved in 1974 to Hawaii to become a pupil of Jean Charlot, a well-known Hawaii mural artist… Read More
Born in Miyagi prefecture. While working as a graphic designer, he became captivated by “Nihon-ga” (Japanese-style paintings). He then began to focus on “Jigoku-E” (hell scenes). After his first exhibition in Tokyo, he moved in 1974 to Hawaii to become a pupil of Jean Charlot, a well-known Hawaii mural artist. With the support of the Charlot family, Shin began exhibiting his art in Hawaii. One of his paintings now hangs in the State Capitol after being purchased by the Hawaii State Foundation for the Arts.
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