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Traveling in search of surf eventually led me to Hawai'i which exposed me to the Asian influenced art of Gyotaku, Japanese for "fish rubbing". Always intrigued by Asian culture, I admire old time Japanese artists and their print making techniques. As an avid fisherman, Gyotaku seemed like a natural transition, and an inspiration to record an event, much like one of my seascape paintings. Gyotaku's roots stem from the days of pre-taxidermy, but much like todays fisherman, they wanted to brag about their prized catch.

Unlike traditional methods, I wanted to apply my painterly technique to create a piece of art, not just a documentation. All the fish in my prints are caught by yours truly, and marked with a kanji stamp meaning "Ocean, Love ,Respect" because the ocean is our precious resource and it deserves such.

Click on the images below to find products with it's respective image. Their simplicity make for great prints and decor, but they also look great on shirts! Thanks!

"Red Snapper"

"Bull Dolphin"

"Bull Dolphin"
Mahi, dolphin, dorado... whatever you like

"King Mackerel"

"A Fish Called Jack"


"Pink Porgy"

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