Archival Color Photograph
mounted on 1/4″ plexi with museum mount
36″ x 24″
Available MA Doran Gallery
As children, we make and wear masks to become anything we want or need to be. We can do anything in them, from being a super hero to a bird in flight. As adults, the layers and meaning of masks deepen and grow. They are a way to represent the different personas that we need or desire to be in life. Masks are an identity that one can live through or hide behind.
Sold 1 of 5 edition
Collection of: Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indianapolis, Indiana