Artists
  • Shinji Oya, After the Rain, 90 × 33 cm
  • Shinji Oya, Gyokurin (The Moon), φ28.3 cm
  • Shinji Ohya, Harukaze (Spring Wind),  27×70 cm
  • Peony, 27.3×45.5cm (M8)
  • Shinji Oya, Kourin(Light Ring), 22×54.6 cm
Shinji Oya, After the Rain, 90 × 33 cm Shinji Oya, Gyokurin (The Moon), φ28.3 cm Shinji Ohya, Harukaze (Spring Wind),  27×70 cm Peony, 27.3×45.5cm (M8) Shinji Oya, Kourin(Light Ring), 22×54.6 cm
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1972 Born in Kanagawa, Japan
Works and lives in Kanagawa, Japan
 
【Education】
1994 Graduated Tama Art University, Department of Painting, Japanese Painting Course
 
【Selected Solo Exhibitions】
2019 “Shinji Oya: Japanese style paintings” (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
2018 Solo Exhibition (Sendai Mitsukoshi, Miyagi)
2017 Solo Exhibition (Niigata Mitsukoshi, Niigata)
2016 Solo Exhibition (Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi, Tokyo)
“Shinji Oya: Japanese style paintings” (Sendai Mitsukoshi, Miyagi)
2014 “Shinji Oya” (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo)
2001 “Shinji Oya” (GALLERY MIYASAKA, Tokyo)
 
【Selected Group Exhibitions】
2014 “Wakate Nihonga-ten” (Niigata Mitsukoshi, Niigata)
“Wakate Sakka Kaleidoscope Tokushu” (Daimaru Shinsaibashi, Osaka)
2013 “Shinei Sakka Nihonga-ten” (Niigata Mitsukoshi, Niigata)
Two Person Exhibition, “Shinji Oya x Makihiko Watanabe” (Tokyo)
“Something Precious” (SEIZAN Gallery, Tokyo, continued in 2014, 2015, 2017)
2010 “Oyako Futari-ten” (GALLERY MIYASAKA, Tokyo)
2007 “Nihonga Sandai-ten” (Niigata Yamato, Niigata)
2005 “Byoubyou-ten” (until 2007)
“Michi-ten” (Gallery SEIKODO, Tokyo, continued every two years afterward)
1994 Three Person Exhibiton (GALLERY MIYASAKA, Tokyo)
 
【Awards】
2003 Grand prize for the first Nara Manyo Grand Prize Exhibition
2002 Selected for Maeda Seison Memorial Award Exhibition
Selected for Nitten for seven times and Nisshun-ten for six times