About Artist Dwight Hwang and traditional Gyotaku painting: Dwight Hwang creates classical Japanese gyotaku art and European nature printing The original method of Gyotaku during its origin was deceptively simple in both its technique and the materials used. A brush to swab calligraphy ink made of pine soot and water, called Sumi, directly onto the surface of the fish, and then a sheet of Japanese paper made from mulberry bark, called Washi (Kozo), pressed onto the inked surface to produce a print.
Artist Linda Paul takes Dwight Hwang's beautiful images of fish and nature
and puts them onto ceramic tiles for kitchen and bathroom tile
|customer review "I wanted to thank you for the wonderful job you did making and getting us our tiles for our kitchen. We love them so much." Jonathan and Kellie,
Customer review, "Everyone who steps into the kitchen immediately comments on it, asking where we found it! Thank you for your help finding just the right image for us.
Sincerely,Lizsa, Stevensville, MD