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This is a piece of sculptural illustration loosely inspired by a standard character in Japanese Noh theater. Made for a show curated by Michael H… Read More
This is a piece of sculptural illustration loosely inspired by a standard character in Japanese Noh theater. Made for a show curated by Michael Hosaluk entitled: DECOY. Read Less
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Hannya is a wooden vessel loosely inspired by a standard character in Japanese Noh theater. A female form harboring a horned demon of jealousy. This was made for a show curated by Michael Hosaluk in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan entitled: DECOY.
 
This surface was produced over the course of 3 weeks with countless layers of carving, beeswax, shellac, fire, pigments and sanding.
 
Materials used:
Unseasoned birch, beeswax, shellac, dry pigments, milk paint, microcrystalline wax, acrylic.
 
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