Explore the ancient traditional technique of Gyotaku fish printing.
Learn how to display your catch or ours using ink on fine Japanese fibre paper. We learn how to make the print, then colour the print with pencil or watercolours to bring your fish alive creatively.
The workshop will provide you with a quality print ready to frame.
Nicola is a visual artist and owner of Wildbark studios specialising in representations of the natural world. With a career as an art teacher for 20 years Nic looks forward to sharing two workshops with you during the festival. The first, Bush Botanicals, on the 5th January followed by a Gyotaku printing experience on the 6th January.
Thursday 6 January 2022, 10 am – 1 pm at Gympie Bone Museum 8 Fraser Road Gympie
Suitable for participants 12 years and over.
Ticket includes entry to Gympie Bone Museum. (entry to Woodworks Museum is separate)
Snacks and drinks will be available for sale or pre-order with your tickets now.