GYOTAKU
www.kechenenyfishprints.com
by Jack Brown

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What are Kecheneny Fish Prints?
About The Artist - Jack Brown
Creating Kecheneny Fish Rubbings
Kecheneny Fish Prints on Display
On Display
Kecheneny Web Links
The next time you come upon someone fishing, you might ask them ... Ya... ""
(Click on Fish or Fish Name)
Kecheneny ?
T-shirts
Great For Stocking Stuffers!!!

Snipefish
Largemouth Bass
Calico Bass
Steelhead
American Shad
Black Sea Bass
Lookdown
Snapper Blue
Bluefish
Rose Fish
Porgy
Calico/Bluegill
White Perch
Striped Bass
John Dory
Trout
Triggerfish
Unk Groundfish
Jack Cravel
Fluke
Salmon
Tile Fish
Skate
Sea Robin
Jumbo Fluke
Bluegills

Jack Brown mastered the fish art of “Gyotaku” while living in Japan. His fish rubbings of Largemouth Bass, Trout and Salmon along with other fresh and salt water sport fish are often sought by people searching for a unique and unusual gift relating to fishing.

Some purchase them for themselves, while others purchase them as gifts, for that special person who fly fishes, has everything, and is difficult to buy for. Sporting shops purchase them to frame and hang on their walls, while some stock prints for sale. Some outfitters and businesses present them to clients as “gifts of appreciation”. Then there are the fishing clubs, teams, and organizations which find them fitting for their tournament prizes and fund raising activities.

His salt water fish prints are now displayed along with other fine shore line art in several notable seafood restaurants. Art work is available in the form of original rubbings, limited edition prints and t-shirts. Photo's of several fish used to make these rubbings can be seen by clicking on the YouTube Screen found on the "On Display Page".


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Jack Brown
4 Mains Crossing Rd (RT 201)
North Stonington, Ct 06359
1-860-535-9987

Unique and unusual gift for that Fly Fisherman on Fathers Day.

Kecheneny Fish Prints: Shore Line Art, Sea Shore Art, Fly Fishing Art,
Sport Fishing Art, Japanese Art, and Seafood Restaurant Art.