Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Gyotaku highlighted


Today I received a copy of the Winter 2012 Conservation Magazine which purchased one time rights to use one of my gyotaku prints - Camoflaged Rainbow - in a feature article and on the cover.  Its a comprehensive magazine dealing with topical subjects that impact the natural world.  You can read the full article, Chasing Rainbows, that my art illustrated here.


The original gyotaku is in the collection of the Provincial Art Bank, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.  You can see the full piece or purchase fine art prints and note cards of this piece  purchased here.

10 comments:

Michelle V. Alkerton said...

Congratulations!! Beautiful gyotaku. I will bookmark to read later :).
Stay inspired!

Sue Pownall said...

Congratulations. Your Gyotaku looks beautiful.

Gary L. Everest said...

Season's Greetings, Jeanette,
Most impressive and well-deserved to be sure.
Now, stop patting yourself on the back and get busy with those Christmas preparations!
May it be a great day for you and yours.
Sincerely,
Gary.

Jeanette said...

Thanks Michelle, its pretty wildly coloured, but has impact.

Thank you Sue. Its good to have an image be seen by a broader market.

Gary, Merry Christmas. I have to admit a certain level of satisfaction with this image, but on to the next!

As for Christmas prep, well I'm not very into it this year so far. I can't seem to work up the enthusiasm for some reason. But it will come and go whether I'm ready or not.

Enjoy your holiday season, keep painting.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Congratulations! How exciting for you.
Wishing you a very merry Christmas.

RH Carpenter said...

What a wonderful spread with your lovely fishes there - they look great! Congratulations :)

Margaret Ryall said...

Great news Jeanette. The print looks great .

Lindsay said...

Woo Hoo!! Congrats. This is wonderful news.

Jeanette said...

Lisa, its good to see it in print. Merry Christmas.

Thanks Rhonda!

Thank you Margaret. They did a good job with it I think.

Lindsay, you never know where the fishes will get to...:)

Hedera said...

Congratulations Jeanette - your work looks wonderful!! I really like the bold colours.

Merry Christmas. :)