Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Masks fascinate me. I think we all wear them most of the time, especially women. But we pretend that those masks are our real faces.

Sometimes the masks I create are clearly masks. But sometimes I end up creating them when I feel like the face isn't working well. Which on a spiritual/emotional level is kind of interesting. Isn't that what we all do? Try to hide our inner "ugliness" behind a mask?

These three are from my art journal. The first two were done with on Gelli Plate backgrounds. The third is from last summer's journal.

This one is a painting that went horribly awry, until I saw the mask:

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