Functional stoneware pottery depicting life on the Emerald Coast Since 1980
Hand made rice papers and painted fish give rise to stunning Gyotaku paintings.
Jason first discovered gyotaku while visiting Hawaii in 1995 and fell in love with it's immediate connection to the ocean and amazing detail of the fish. Upon returning to Florida, Jason began printing the local fish he had only been catching and eating before. Starting out hundreds of years ago in Japan as a way to record a catch, Gyotaku has evolved into a beautiful genre of art.