Chapter 3
FACES OF NATURE

Found objects, especially those in nature, have incredible inherent power. Children know this, stuffing their pockets with smooth stones, seashells and frogs.

The series, “Faces of Nature,” began as simply as this. A bone, butterfly wing, fragments of abalone shell, a shed snakeskin. Each found object has its own story, personal and symbolic, individual and universal, whose meaning lies waiting to be revealed through the magic of mask making.

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