Original Gyotaku Fish Rubbings
Framed in Genuine Driftwood
Fish Taken Out of the Clear Blue Water
for the Most Accurate Artistic Depiction
Artwork Specialized in
Professional Acrylics and India Inks
I often find that if I can synergize my thoughts of the fish at sea and paint brush, it will show in the work. -John F. Doherty, Artist
Now Available: Stain Resistant, No Fuss Placemats
Fish Art Testimonials
I received my placemats in February and have been using them ever since. I only need two so I have shared the other two with my parents and they love them also. They even bring their two placements back to my home for our weekly dinners. Great quality and I look forward to having them a long timeDee
Dramatic, perfect image and color. Great size for a placemat, well constructed so they should last forever.Maria
I love looking at the fish on the placemats, because they are so exact and beautiful. Great gifts, too!
The artwork on the placements is wonderful...beautiful...graceful. I am so looking forward to using them and setting the table for a beautiful yet casual meal of some scrumptious freshly caught fish. Thank you.Tami
My wife and I love the fish artwork of John Doherty. They make a beautiful and unique gift that my entire family loves. I initially bought a couple of pieces for my wife and me, but I then went back and bought pieces as Christmas gifts for my friends and family who love the ocean. Everyone raves about the beautiful artwork.Peter N.
Bought 10 of the fish placemats over a year ago. They look as cool and are in as good condition as when I bought them even though we use them every meal every day. They look cool and are great conversation starters (how they are made, what the symbol means, etc.) that they are perfect for casual meals and when we have guests. I would definitely recommend these to anyone.Ted L.
Your products are first quality. The placemats and trays fit so easily into a suitcase, they are a great gift to take to a hostess, or to carry home from your trip.Patty T.
I have been dealing with FishAye for over 5 to six years, ever since I discovered a print I bought displayed in Belmont Center. I have also had the products in craft fairs where they have sold out quickly. I have found the company dependable and a joy to work with. I would certainly recommend them.Patti D.
Gyotaku Fish Prints
Gyotaku is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back to the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing may have been used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own.
Each fish rubbing is unique. The set up can be changed in a variety of ways. We use a broad range of fish prints or inks. The printing stock can vary from the gentlest rice paper to a much firmer canvas.