Mike Lyon, Kansas City, MO USA


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    12 cherry blocks
    Guerra pigment suspensions in red, green, blue, and black
    Paste cooked up from rice starch
    Iwano Ichibei paper

    In Japanese folklore, a 'hannya' is the ghost of a woman who was consumed by jealousy in life. Hannya are grotesque with knobby chins, fangs, horns, green scales, snaky tongues and their eyes burn with a cold blue light... In the West we might say, "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!"

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