Mya DeRyan puts a refined touch on a old art form with her unique examples of the ancient Japaness art of Gyotaku (“Fish Rubbing”). DeRyan’s rubbings embody her belief that detail should tell the greatest part of the story. She spreads her time between her Kaslo, B.C. studio and gallery, and touring as “Artist in Residence” to various fly fishing lodges around the world.
To see more of DeRyans’s work visit her website at: www.thefishrubber.com.