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This is the Gyotaku Art of local Artist Jacky Davis. 

What does Gyotaku means? " Gyotaku, or Japanese fish printing, was originally used to record and commemorate a fisherman’s catch. Prints were made using Sumi ink and Washi paper. It is rumored that Samurai would settle fishing competitions using Gyotaku prints. This original form of Gyotaku, as a recording method for fisherman, is still utilized today, and can be seen hanging in tackle shops in Japan and Okinawa." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyotaku

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