The art of "Gyotaku" and "Tensha-Ho" = putting ink/paint on real, plastic or metal fish or other object and rubbing it onto the paper inspired the artist to use household items as objects for the prints. "I found a cast iron owl and cat trinket to make my prints and then I added my own artistic ideas and acrylic paint to finiahs the project." Every piece is an original, the red Chinese chop in the right corner reads: Ulla Ringle.
The prints are matted and signed and 11 x 14.
Donated by: Ulla Ringle
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