Maskmaking - 1991 to 1999

In 1991 I started making masks.  The process begins with smearing
vaseline on your face and then cutting and placing strips of wet
plaster on the face, the kind the doctors use to wrap for broken bones.
I bought boxes of it at a medical supply store.  It dries in a few
minutes and you pop it off your face and let it fully dry more
hours or overnight before painting or pasting feathers.  As well as
for my own personal artistic experssoin, I also did this on a
few clients making a mold of their face and then decorating it for
them.  It's a fun but messy project.