Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Win a mini original gyotaku

There's just one day left before I announce the winner of this mini gyotaku piece on September 1st.  Its a wee piece measuring about 2.5" x 3.5" inches on handmade Indian paper.  The original capelin was printed direct onto the paper and then enhanced with watercolours.  These fish spawn annually on the beaches in Newfoundland and are one of my favourite fish to paint and print.

You still have time to win this, all you have to do is be subscribed to my mailing list. I send out my Studio News once a month and occasional emails for special events or offers, so you're never bombarded with email.  

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Good luck on the draw!


Helen Davies said...

I saw gyotaku and heard of it for the first time today on a tv programme about moving house, at home in the Rhondda, South Wales, UK and I was enthralled by the simple beauty of it. It has been a journey of discovery from my front room down to Cornwall, to Japan and now Canada. Wow, that's what I love about creative art, and I am in love with this process and am looking forward to having a go��. I love your work Jeanette, fabulous x

Jeanette Jobson said...

Hello Helen and thanks for your kind words. Gyotaku is a fascinating technique and has many possibilities and styles to push it in. I do hope you try it, I hope you share it if you do, I'd love to see what you produce.