Jeffrey Canha Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Jeffrey Canha based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Jeffrey Canha
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Giant Bluefin Tuna Tail on Rice Paper by Jeffrey Canha
Gyotaku - Striped Bass - Rock Fish - Striper by Jeffrey Canha
Gyotaku - Mahi Mahi - Dorado - Dolphinfish by Jeffrey Canha
MARTHA'S VINEYARD GRAND SLAM - 3 by Jeffrey Canha
Gyotaku Scallops - Bivalvify - Seafood Melody by Jeffrey Canha
MARTHA'S VINEYARD GRANS SLAM - 4 by Jeffrey Canha
Sea Bass on Aegean Green Thai Unryu Paper by Jeffrey Canha
Scup / Porgie Shadow by Jeffrey Canha
School of Mackerel - Spanish Invasion by Jeffrey Canha
Gyotaku - Flounder - Fluke - Summer Flounder by Jeffrey Canha
Flounder - Winter Flounder - Black Back by Jeffrey Canha
Scallops - Seafood Rainbow by Jeffrey Canha
Steelhead - Smoked Lox by Jeffrey Canha
Gyotaku Scallops - Shellfish Apetite Sushi by Jeffrey Canha
RGB - Scallop Beach by Jeffrey Canha
Bluefish - Chopper- Aligator Blue - by Jeffrey Canha
Striped Bass on Bright White Thai Unryu / Mulberry Paper by Jeffrey Canha
Bluegills on Charcoal Unryu Paper by Jeffrey Canha
Seashells By The Seashore by Jeffrey Canha
Steelhead Salmon - Smoked Salmon by Jeffrey Canha
Black Sea Bass - Rockfish - Grouper by Jeffrey Canha
Stingray - Skate by Jeffrey Canha
Gay Head Lighthouse 2 - Aquinnah by Jeffrey Canha
MARTHA'S VINEYARD GRAND SLAM - 1 by Jeffrey Canha
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About Jeffrey Canha
ISLAND FISH PRINTS
"Making impressions, one fish at a time."
Jeffrey is a 50 year old, 5th generation native of Martha's Vineyard Island. Catching, eating, selling, and printing fish has been a part of his entire life. He loves the outdoors and has found a way to bring it inside. His art style allows that which swims in the water to be forever cherished through art, history, conversation and beauty. He is a member of the Nature Printing Society.
Gyotaku (pronounced GHEE-OH-TAH-KOO) is the art and technique of Japanese Fish Printing. Gyo means ‘Fish’ and Taku means 'Rubbing' or 'Impression'. The earliest known Gyotaku were made in the 1860’s to preserve a true record of the size and species of fish caught by Japanese anglers. It later evolved into an art form. The technique combines the accuracy of scientific illustration with expressive composition of oriental art.
In his style of Gyotaku fish rubbings, the actual fish is his canvas. He applies colorful acrylic paint to the fish itself. Once completed, cloth or handmade paper is pressed onto the surface of the fish. When the cloth or paper is removed, he is left with a beautiful impression. This process allows him to bring a passion for fishing, art, history, and conversation to your walls whether it be in your home, office, or business.
Note: Jeffrey's prints are best ordered on Premium Archival Grade Matte Canvas.
When selecting paper - Cold Press Watercolor, Velvet Digital Art, or Photo Rag 308 in that order best represent the original print.
All work in this gallery is the original work of Jeffrey Canha. It is for sale, copyrighted to Jeffrey Canha and, as such, is protected by US and International Copyright laws.