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Tadashi URA solo exhibition in Portland "Moment"

9月3日からアメリカはポートランドのヘリオンギャラリーにて約一ヶ月間個展を致します。
今度の個展のタイトルは"Moment"(瞬間、一瞬)にしました。二つ折りのフライヤーも作りましたのでよろしければぜひ下記サイトからPDFをダウンロードしてみて下さい。また会場の近くにお住まいの方がいらっしゃいましたらぜひお知らせ下さい!第一木曜のオープニングパーティには僕も参加しますのでお越しの際は是非お気軽にお声がけいただけたら幸いです。
ちなみに、あなたにとって大切な瞬間はどこにありますか?

I've just titled my next solo show "Moment". Also, I made flyer for it. Please download the PDF files from the URL below and check them. And then if you know somebody lives near the show place, please let them know about my show. I will participate the opening party of the first Thursday. I'm looking forward to meeting you.
By the way, where your important "Moment" is?

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Moment

Tadashi URA solo exhibition at Hellion Gallery 
September 3(first Thursday) ~30, 2015 

Hellion Gallery

19 NW 5th Ave, suite 208
Portland, Oregon 97209
503-851-6163
info@helliongallery.com
http://www.helliongallery.com

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Moment_flyer1-B5.jpg
Moment_flyer1-B5.pdf

Moment_flyer2-B5.jpg
Moment_flyer2-B5.pdf

Moment all artworks list 
◆ heavenly breeze ◆ brilliant leader  ◆ soul mate ◆ trust your judgement ◆ run across ◆ same feeling ◆ wonderful tomorrow ◆ believe in miracle ◆ under the sun ◆ golden hemp garden ◆ prince in forest ◆ fantastic creature ◆ freedom riders ◆ brave explorer ◆ endless daydreamer ◆ little philosopher ◆ shining optimist ◆ jolly dancer ◆ one of our universe ◆ stay ◆ departure

Tadashi Ura is an Illustrator and artist from Japan. He was born in Nagasaki, Japan in 1972. He started his career in Tokyo from 1994 after graduated from  the Japan Design School in Kyushu branch and works for  mostly advertising, magazine and web.He became a freelance illustrator in 2002. He has been also learning a Japanese ink and wash painting which is called "Suibokuga" from the master of Suibokuga artist, Shukou Tsuchiya, since 2006. And also he began to teach Suibokuga with his master in the culture school from 2013. He is very often exhibiting his artwork or doing the live drawing of Suibokuga in Japan and USA. His inspirations come from everyday life and his style is mixed with Japanese traditional artworkand a modern twist.