Rima Fujita

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Andrea Miller is an editor at Lions Roar magazine. She has edited three anthologies, including Buddhas Daughters, and is the author of Babys First Book of Canadian Birds. She lives in Nova Scotia with her husband and two children.

Rima Fujita was born in Tokyo, lived in New York City for thirty-two years, and now resides in Southern California. She graduated from Parsons School of Design with her B.F.A. and has exhibited her work internationally to much acclaim. Rima has collectors around the world including many high-profile clients. As a descendant of the Last Samurai her creative aesthetics is strongly influenced by the philosophy of Bushido and Buddhism.

As a contributing artist for a popular cultural television program, At the Garden of Wordsworth and Adventure of Wordsworth for four years, Rimas work became renowned nationwide, and she showed over 500 works on a national network throughout Japan. As a prolific full-time artist she has produced over 1,000 pieces in the last twenty years.

Rima has won various awards internationally. Her recent solo-exhibitions were held at Sundaram Tagore Gallery in Beverly Hills, L.A. Trace Foundation, New York and Isetan Art Gallery in Tokyo, Japan where she has exhibited her work every year for the past twenty years.

Her published books include:Wonder Garden, Wonder Talk,The Little Black Box, Simple Meditation, TB AwareandSave the Himalaya.

Selected clients include: Chanel, Cartier, Shiseido, World Wildlife Fund, Asia Society Museum, Rubin Museum of Art, Isetan, ABC Carpet & Homes, Veuve Clicquot, IKT and more.

Selected publications include: Vogue, ELLE, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Marie Claire, 25 anns, Spur, In Style, Fuji Sankei Television, TBS Television, NHK, Asahi Newspaper and more.

Documentary films made by: NHK, TBS Television and others.

Awards: Excellence in Media Award 2008, IP Award 2008 and Giorgio Armani Cultural Award 2001.

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Day the Buddha Woke Up

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The heart of the Buddhas story in a handful of wordsbeautifully illustrated by a world-renowned artist.

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