Gyotaku is the Japanese art of making fish prints from fish. The ACTUAL FISH
is used to print an impression onto paper or fabric.
This art form reproduces the exact features and characteristics of each individual fish.
Eiji (AG) Umemura, who lives on Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada has been Gyotaku printing salmon and other fish species for over 30 years.
He has provided more than 1,000 commissioned fish prints for people all over the world.