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Artists Exhibiting This Month at TCAN

The Bounty of Nature – father and son duo

Paintings and drawings by Rahul Ray and Arjun Ray   


Dr. Rahul Ray

Rahul Ray, an amateur artist was trained at the Academy of Fine Arts, Kolkata, India. His favorite medium is watercolor. He also paints with acrylic, oil, oil pastel, and mixed media.

Rahul’s paintings are displayed regularly at the Arts Wayland Gallery, Wayland, MA ( He has also exhibited his artwork in the galleries of Calcutta Club USA, Acton, MA, Academy Fine Arts, Kolkata, India, and Wellesley Public Library, Wellesley, MA with multiple sales to his credit. 

During the past two years, he has been teaching painting at the Council of Aging in Wayland, MA. He also gives private lessons.  

Rahul is a trained violinist and a vocalist. He is also an award-winning fiction, poetry, and essay writer with several published books and numerous other publications.  

Professionally, Rahul is a Professor of Medicine and a cancer researcher at Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA. He lives with his wife, Swapna, also a vocalist, scientist, teacher, writer, and artist in Wayland, MA.   



Arjun Ray  

Arjun, like his father, Rahul, is an amateur artist. He took lessons in drawing and sketching at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. His productions are often large with abstract illustrations using charcoal and pencil.

Arjun is also a poetry, mythology, and noise music writer focused on the intersection of philosophy, mortality, and the future.  

Though he has a background in the hard sciences (Brown University and Brandeis University) and works as a software engineer, his creative work focuses mostly outside of these areas.

Arjun is a trained classical violinist. In recent years he has played in and fronted various punk and no-wave bands. 




All Pieces are available for purchase at any time during the run of the exhibit. Price lists are available for view in the TCAN lobby. Purchased pieces can be picked up at the conclusion of the exhibit. If you are interested in reserving a piece, please contact the Box Office at (508) 647-0097 during regular box office hours.



Hours: The Gallery is open to the general public during box office hours: 12pm-4pm Tuesday through Friday, and 12pm-2pm Saturday. TCAN is closed on Mondays and Sundays except for performances.


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