Enjoy the art of making candy sushi and gyotaku
("print fish"), create a fish painted tote bag or picture to take home, followed by a walk along the beach as a naturalist explains the resident fish.
Among them were: Gyotaku
fish print, Albrecht Durer's Rhinoceros (Nov 2013 Art Print) and Young Hare (Oct.
" Japanese fish painting with Ikebana Naples.
Meanwhile Rachel Ramirez, a member of the international Nature Print Society, will demonstrate Gyotaku
, a Japanese method of printing from fish, in a programme of workshops, demonstrations and participatory activities to mark the annual migration of salmon along the Tyne.
Katie said: "Being by the sea helps us with ideas and we have a fascination for Japanese printing traditions, called gyotaku
Wallpaper (Clouding series), 2014, superimposes traditional and contemporary printing technologies: from gyotaku
, a practice originating with Japanese fishermen directly pressing their catches, dipped in ink, onto paper, a kind of accounting that ended up as an art unto itself, to photo-printer cartridges harvested for their store of CMYK.
In the last 18 years, the park has hosted exhibits featuring photography, oil paintings, watercolors, textile art, ceramics, mixed media, children's art work, and gyotaku
(the art of Japanese fish printing), all with a focus on conservation issues facing the park and the region.
The festival features hands-on activities, American Indian storytelling, live music and Gyotaku
style fish printing; dfw.state.or.us.
The method is called gyotaku
, a Japanese form of art that involves running to create an image.
Covering only four acres but so skillfully designed on a hillside that it's easy to get lost in it, the garden has a small exhibit space, then filled with artwork by Jack Swartz, a retired high school principal who specializes in Gyotaku
, a Japanese method for making prints of fish.