Art of Islamorada
Nestled in the heart of Islamorada, Florida, Gyotaku by Lisa Lee is not just an art gallery; it's a tribute to the natural beauty and marine wonders of the Florida Keys. Located in the picturesque Morada Way Arts District, this gallery is a unique gem in an area renowned for its art and marine life.
The Essence of Location
The location of Gyotaku by Lisa Lee plays a pivotal role in shaping its identity. As you explore this gallery, you'll notice that the majority of the fish art featured here comes from local species.These are not just any fish; they are the very essence of the Florida Keys, sourced from friends, family, and local captains who understand and appreciate the significance of these species. Situated amidst the best hotels, restaurants, and marinas, the gallery is a hub for both residents and visitors who share a deep connection with the sea. This prime location directly influences
the pieces on display, allowing visitors to truly experience the essence of the region.
Art Woven from Nature
The beauty of the surrounding marine environment is not just an external backdrop for Gyotaku by Lisa Lee; it's woven into the very fabric of the gallery's aesthetic. Lisa Lee's Gyotaku prints capture the natural beauty of the fish that are locally harvested in the Keys. Each print tells a story of the ocean, its creatures, and the delicate balance of life in this marine ecosystem.