Gyotaku is Japanese Fish Printing that began as an art form in the 1800s. It is a simple process of inking a real fish and pulling a print onto paper. A wide variety of papers are suitable but most are done on rice printing. Over-prints and embellishments are possible to enhance the prints.
Friday, January 12, 11am-1pm
Adult: All Levels
CAM Member $56 / Not-yet Member $70
Supplies are provided. $10 Supply Fee