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Artist: Jeff Conroy
Purple Perkins Over St. Croix - Octopus on Nautical Map, Gyotaku Style Print
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on a nautical chart, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Purple Perkins over St. Croix sumi ink and colored pencil on nautical chart 30h x 33.50w in 76.20h x 85.09w cm JEC110 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings of calligraphy, which then gave rise to printing . This tradition dates back to the mid-1800s and was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Color Pencil

Berry Cobbler - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Red Moon Rising - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Blue Curaçao - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper from the bygone Disco age, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Blue Curaçao sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 15h x 20w in 38.10h x 50.80w cm JEC142 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Cobblestone - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Two small octopi are inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an ext...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Neapolitan - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Creeping Blue Ring - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

String of Pearls - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus, Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper that mimics the undulating patterns of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy String of Pearls sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.50w in 31.75h x 46.99w cm JEC126 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Super Elastic Bubble Plastic - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Puppypus - Pastel - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making over a playful background of black and white puppies. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Blue Boy of the North Atlantic - Octopus on Antique Nautical Chart Gyotako Style
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on a nautical chart, in this case a pilot chart of the Northern Atlantic Ocean from 1945, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Blue Boy of the North Atlantic sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 23h x 37w in 58.42h x 93.98w cm JEC111 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings of calligraphy, which then gave rise to printing . This tradition dates back to the mid-1800s and was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Pinot Noir - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Carnivale - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Two small octopi are inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Sea Fans - Carnivale sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 15h x 20w in 38.10h x 50.80w cm JEC151 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings of calligraphy, which then gave rise to printing . This tradition dates back to the mid-1800s and was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Juniper - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Goldilocks - Green Goblin - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Goldilocks - Green Goblin...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Apples and Oranges - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper from the bygone Disco age, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Apples and Oranges sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.50w in 31.75h x 46.99w cm JEC135 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings of calligraphy, which then gave rise to printing . This tradition dates back to the mid-1800s and was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Puppypus - Cilantro - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making over a playful background of black and white puppies. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Puppypus - Cilantro sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 15h x 20.25w in 38.10h x 51.44w cm JEC157 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Malaga Sunset - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper from the bygone Disco age, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Malaga Sunset sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.50w in 31.75h x 46.99w cm JEC137 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings of calligraphy, which then gave rise to printing . This tradition dates back to the mid-1800s and was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Green Meets Blue - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Two small octopi are inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an ext...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Quicksilver - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Gumball - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Two small octopi are inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an ext...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

70's Kitchen - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus on Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper that mimics the movement of water in subtle shades of brown, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy 70s Kitchen...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Mr. Bubbles - Anarchy - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Mr. Bubbles - Anarchy sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 14.75h x 20w in 37.47h x 50.80w cm JEC153 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Resplendent Rascal - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Goldilocks - Flaming Hot - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Goldilocks - Flaming Hot sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 14.50h x 19.75w in 36.83h x 50.16w cm JEC161 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Puppypus - Tobasco - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making over a playful background of black and white puppies. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Silly Rabbit, Trix are for Kids - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Studio 54 - Cherry Blossom - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper, in this case a paper from the bygone Disco age, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Studio 54 - Cherry Blossom sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 14.50h x 19.75w in 36.83h x 50.16w cm JEC146 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Rubbarb - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Studio 54 - Grape - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Studio 54 - Code Blue - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Dust Berry - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Two small octopi are inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Sea Fans - Dust Berry sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 14.75h x 19.75w in 37.47h x 50.16w cm JEC149 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Mr. Bubbles - Blue Agave - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Mr. Bubbles - Blue Agave...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Mr. Bubbles - Plum Bob - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on hand-made Mulberry paper the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Mr. Bubbles - Plum Bob sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 14.25h x 19.75w in 36.20h x 50.16w cm JEC152 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Sea Fan - Blue Meets Red - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

The Great Australian Bight Trio - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopi, the artist then embellishes them with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing them on an antique nautical chart...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Color Pencil, Watercolor

Studio 54 - Bananarama - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Mr. Bubbles, Goldfinger - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Goldilocks, Pastel - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Two Macks - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of Two Mackerel on Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A Mackerel is inked and then "printed" with sumi ink in this Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print. The artist then embellishes the fish with colored pencil adding an extraordinary dimen...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Cobalt Canary - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Cobalt Canary sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.25w in 31.75h x 46.35w cm JEC122 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Nantucket Mack Pack - A Gathering of Mackerel on a Vintage Nautical Map
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A school of mackerel swim across the paper in Jeff Conroy's drawing entitled "Mack Pack". The fish are drawn with the precision of a fine silver etching, showing every subtle shift in color and texture on this stunning species. Drawn on a vintage nautical map...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Blue Blood - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Blue Blood...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil, Sumi Ink

Fontainebleau - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Fontainebleau sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.25w in 31.75h x 46.35w cm JEC120 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Boo Berry - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Boo Berry sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.25w in 31.75h x 46.35w cm JEC116 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Stay Golden Pony Boy - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Stay Golden Pony Boy sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.25w in 31.75h x 46.35w cm JEC123 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

The Blue Ring of Cape Fourcroy - Gyotaku Painting of Octopus on Nautical Chart
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
An octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordin...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Color Pencil, Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Lemon Meringue - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extraordinary dimensionality. By printing it on Mulberry paper, which mimics the swirl of water, the artist achieves a beautiful aesthetic. The artwork is unframed. Please contact the gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Lemon Meringue sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 12.50h x 18.25w in 31.75h x 46.35w cm JEC118 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression and is believed to get its inspiration from Chinese stone rubbings...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Dippin' Dotopus - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Multi-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Red Rum - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of an Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored p...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Absinthe Makes The Heart Grow Fonder - Octopus, Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Taku print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Purple Nurple - Gyotaku Style Sumi Ink Painting of a Purple-Colored Octopus
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
A small octopus is inked in the Japanese style of Gyo-Tako print making. Using sumi ink to "print" the octopus, the artist then embellishes it with colored pencil to convey an extra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Color Pencil

Autumn Cotilion - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
In Japan they are known as Nishikigoi, or living jewels. These brilliantly colored varieties of the Amur carp have been selectively bred by family owned fisheries for generations. When I began this series of Gyotaku (Japanese fish printing) I studied the many varieties of Koi, each with their own unique colors and patterns. My particular favorites are the Tanchos which can be identified by the distinct red spot on their heads. To create these pieces I print common carp I catch myself with sumi ink using traditional techniques used by Japanese fisherman dating back the mid 1800's. I then tint the images using watercolor. In each piece I hope to translate a sense of movement to give the viewer a sense of calm one might experience watching the living versions lazily meandering around a serene pond. —Jeff Conroy Several koi swim in a circle while autumn leaves fall on the surface of the water in this Gyo-tako method of painting by artist Jeff Conroy. After inking and taking impressions of the koi, the artist then uses watercolors to enhance their beauty. By using marbled mulberry paper to print on, he has created the illusion of water with the swirls of the mulberry paper. The paper itself has a soft hue and slightly wavy texture adding the overall feel of the artwork. This artwork is unframed. Contact gallery for framing options. Jeff Conroy Autumn Cotillion sumi ink and colored pencil on mulberry paper 25h x 37w in 63.50h x 93.98w cm JEC103 Gyotaku - A Japanese word translated from "gyo" meaning fish and "taku" meaning stone impression. It is the traditional Japanese method of printing fish, a practice which dates back to the mid-1800s. This form of nature printing was used by fishermen to record their catches, but has also become an art form of its own. Gyotaku is a Japanese method of printmaking that traditionally utilizes fish, sea creatures or similar subjects as printing "plates" in its process. The literal translation of the word is "fish stone rubbing...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Sumi Ink, Watercolor, Mulberry Paper

Kikusui - Japanese Gyotaku Painting of Orange Koi on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
In Japan, they are known as Nishikigoi, or living jewels. These brilliantly colored varieties of the Amur carp have been selectively bred by family owned fisheries for generations. When I began this series of Gyotaku (Japanese fish printing) I studied the many varieties of Koi, each with their own unique colors and patterns. To create these pieces I print common carp I catch myself with sumi ink using traditional techniques used by Japanese fisherman...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Mulberry Paper, Sumi Ink

Sleestak Ray - Gyotaku Style Print of a Sting Ray, Enhanced with Bright Greens
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
From the mind of the artist comes "Sleestak Ray", taken from the extra-dimensional race of reptilian bipedal humanoid species native to the "Land of the Lost". He has combined a childhood favorite television show with a current favorite - fishing. The artist has master the Japanese art of Gyo-Taku printing using sumi ink and then highlights the piece with watercolors. The artist uses Mulberry...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Paper, Sumi Ink, Color Pencil

UFO (Unidentified Flying Octopus) - Gyotaku Style Print, Psychedelic Pattern
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Set on a dark blue sky complete with stars, this UFO (Unidentified Flying Octopus) casts its glowing aura upon the night sky. The psychedelic nature of the creature's patterning enh...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Paper, Watercolor

Big Turquoise Bug - Gyotaku Lobster Painting in Blue on Marbled Mulberry Paper
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Locals know them as "bugs". A small bug is a one pound lobster. Artist Jeff Conroy was able to print this "bug" - a behemoth weighing in at almost 8 pounds aptly named "Big Bug". ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

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Acrylic, Paper

Two Black Drums - Japanese Style Gyotaku Painting on Mulberry Paper of Two Fish
By Jeff Conroy
Located in Chicago, IL
Artist Jeff Conroy is an avid fisherman. He is also an accomplished artist. He brought these two disciplines together by learning the art of Gyotaku Painting. After having caught ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Jeff Conroy Art

Materials

Watercolor, Sumi Ink, Mulberry Paper

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