Gyotaku by Naoki

Framed Pieces

Item #200 - Monster of the shallow
This 18 pound "Tohei" , conger eel was caught by hook and line during the night when they search for food in the shallows of Hawaiian reefs. 16x70

Item #428 - Big Long He’e
This 15 pound octopus is a magnificent piece to cover a wide wall space, framed in traditional satin black frame to show it's true color and magnificence. 27x57

Item #416 - Deep Water Chase
This Lancet fish feeds in the abyss of the tropical ocean. 21x34

Item #404 - Maunalua Bay,
Large "Uku" with "Opelu" , framed in solid mahogany. 27x45

Item #403 - Ulua
Framed in solid mahogany. 31x46

Item #418 - Hungry Snapper
This large "Uku" is eyeing his possible snack, candy like "Opelu". Framed in solid mahogany wood. 29x39

Item #415 - Tropical Fan
This deep ocean rare catch, "Fan fish" is framed in beautiful mango wood. 33x33

Item #426 - Hump Head
This unusual looking parrotfish is from near Samoa, caught while diving. Framed in solid mahogany wood. 20x31

Item #431 - Tropical Flash
This small "Mahi Mahi" is framed in solid Mango wood, very beautiful piece with lots of tropical flavor. 15x15

Item #362 - Kumu House
Between the boulders of lava, these white saddle goat fish are taking a shelter before the tide change. Framed in solid Koa wood. 26x38

Item #310 - Shiny Dominance
A presence of powerful and hungry "Kagami Ulua" is scattering a small school of "halaluu" as they try to getaway. 33x49

Item #311 - Summer Gathering
Schools of tuna gather around FAD buoys during the summer months as these chunky young Bigeyes. Framed in solid mahogany wood. 39x59

Item #303 - Silver Dollars
This pair of deep water delicacies reflect the light from the tropical moon high above the surface. 35x35

Item #430 - Pair of Big Red Eyes
This pair of "Aweoweo" is framed in a solid mahogany wood showing its natural beauty, texture and warmth. It is simply beautiful and relaxing to look at. 17x19

Item #432 - Kuilima Trio
These beautiful "Omilu Papio" were caught while whipping with light spinner tackle, we ended up walking over 4 miles that day. Framed in solid mahogany wood. 19x22

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Naoki Painting

About Naoki, and Gyotaku

Gyotaku is a time honored, traditional Japanese art, that is captured on a piece of shoji paper for the keepsake of the family, and friends, and fishers to come.
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We also offer a collection of Giclee reproductions printed on museum paper, T-Shirts, and wall calendars.
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Classes and Custom Services

Introductory classes to Naoki's style Gyotaku, special appearances, and T-shirt parties.