|Tribal Clay Mask|
We do not encourage molds to create mask...we use purely handbuilding technique. Molds do give that perfect look of facial features like you see at roadside potter's stall. But handbuilding allows ceramic artist to experiment lot of things rather than just being guided by predefined mold shape.
I personally love Sri Lankan masks. They look dynamic and colourful and are primarily made on wood. Apart from this, African masks are also quite popular among art lovers. Some of my students experimented making terracotta face mask. Pics are displayed below. Happy Masking!!
Example of Sri Lankan Masks
Pottery Face Mask by students at Claying Thoughts
|Mask by Shilpa (College Student)|
|Tribal Mask by Tanvi (Amazingly Talented: Student I would love to learn from )|
|Mask by Katyayini (Chirpy student of 8 years age)|
|Mask by Pooja (Working Professional n SuperMom)|
|Mask by Anushka (lovely n talented girl of 10 years age)|