2nd story sea bass tie die

2nd story sea bass tie diePHOTO: Sea Bass  – acrylic on tie died canvas

Atlantic Highlands, NJ – The Second Story Art Gallery presents Gyotaku “Fish Print” exhibition by artist Matt Rummler, with an artist’s reception Saturday, December 5 from 5:00 – 7:00pm at 78 First Avenue, Atlantic Highlands.  Exhibition is free and runs through January 2.

About the Artist

Matt Rummler creates prints by painting fish he catches in Sandy Hook Bay and the nearby Atlantic Ocean and pressing them against canvas or paper.  This traditional Japanese art, called Gyotaku ( 魚拓), probably originated as a way for fisherman to document their catch.  Today, this art form is practiced throughout the world, particularly in coastal areas.  We are proud to present this unique exhibition and celebrate our coastal heritage and history. 


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Second Story Art Gallery

Second Story Art Gallery exhibits artwork that is highly crafted, but also goes beyond the material and speaks to and comments on its experiences in the world. Committed to the local community, Second Story Art Gallery works with other galleries and arts organizations to promote arts and culture in Monmouth County.

For more information, please visit www.secondstoryart.com and facebook.com/SecondStoryArtGallery.

 


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