“The Masks We Wear”

Cedar | Paste wax | Oak base | Copper stem

12″ x 22″ x 4″ (w x h x d)

πŸ’₯ Available for purchase πŸ’₯


“The Masks We Wear” is a primitive but archaic piece that was conceptualized by the natural curvature of the folding cedar. The facial qualities of the natural grain takes on the appearance of the mask. The hole for the right eye translates into the blindness we have when wear our mask; seeing only what we want to see. This piece offers hours of mediation and reflection with oneself, and endless thought-provoking conversations with others as you delve into what the mask covers up.

Left side
Grain close up
Grain close up
Negative color grain exposure


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