Wednesday, February 1, 2012

2nd grade Gyotaku Prints

2nd graders studied the ancient Japanese art form of Gyotaku fish printing. Before there were cameras, fishermen used to rub ink onto of a fish and then print the image on rice paper. This was a method of recording their catches. Students created a monoprint background and used rubber fish to create the traditional Gyotaku fish print.

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