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Painter Annie O'Mohondro


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Born in Spokane, Washington, impressionist artist Annie O’Mohondro had a breakthrough when she learned the art of gyotaku, or fish rubbings. Fish rubbings were invented by the Japanese more than a hundred years ago in order to accurately record their catch. Annie calls her own process “gyotaku impressionism.”

First Broadcast: 2004
Producer: KC Cowan

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Painter Annie O'Mohondro; Phil Sylvester's Art Guitars; Glass Artists Lani Chang & James Jones (607)

Oregon Art Beat: Episode #607
Original Broadcast: November 4, 2004