Han Lee – A Virtual ImaginAIRium – The Green Eye Of The Little Yellow God

Green Eye of the Little Yellow God

Many people have asked for more information regarding the Chicago/St. Louis artist Mr. Han Lee, especially after his now somewhat famous St. Louis dance to the Irish singer Songwriter Elder Roche’s performance at The Blazing Horse Festival in Ireland . The requests intensified after we published his illustrations of the poisoning in The Imaginairium. So using a monologue, The Little Green Eye Of The Little Yellow God, as a vehicle, we respond with Artist Lee’s illustrating and illustrations of Bard Tyrrell’s performance of Green Eye.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: “The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God is a 1911 poem by J. Milton Hayes that is a famous example of the genre of “dramatic monologue“, … The poem is influenced by the ballads of Rudyard KiplingThe opening lines are still very well-known:
There’s a one-eyed yellow idol to the north of Kathmandu,                   There’s a little marble cross below the town;                                              There’s a broken-hearted woman tends the grave of Mad Carew,             And the Yellow God forever gazes down.”

The illustrating being done in this video  is  Mr. Han Lee’s  second illustration of the Bard, Sean Tyrrell’s musical adaption of the famous monologue, The Green Eye Of The Little Yellow God:  

Here is Mr. Lee’s  second and  finished illustration of  Green Eye:  

Han’s first illustration of Green Eye:  

Artist Lee’s dancing in St Louis to Elder Roche’s performance in the Blazing Horse Festival near Waterford Ireland is again presented in this blog: 

Artist Lee contributed illustrations for MiamiToNewYork.com of The Silver Star and the team we sent to do the multimedia expedition and of The Orange Blossom Special.

Thank you Mr. Lee.

Hy

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