MasksByClaudiaCohen

Designer Ceramic Prototype Masks

Sausalito, California · 52 Sales

MasksByClaudiaCohen

Designer Ceramic Prototype Masks

Sausalito, California 52 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(20)

Announcement   Many many years ago, through my first gift company, I had the great fun of designing something that was a major fad. If you are a fan of my site, you know what it was. My ceramic masks were all over this country and a few others for a time, through Cast of Thousands.
Later I joined Mike Zampagna and Jenny McClain designing masks for Clay Art in San Francisco. They were both classmates of mine at School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, years before, and together the masks came to the more feathery, decorative appearance you see on my site..
I still have a number, but not so many now, of the faces from my design days, but now I am free to use whatever expensive add on in my extensive collection. I love that. So freeing to do them one of a kind!!! Many on my site are adorned with bits from my closet..
I don't have many left, so if you love my masks, do know the end is in sight.

And if you want to see what I've been up to since my desin days, take a look at http://www.claudiacohen.com

Any of you collectors of my masks, please send photos of where they are in your homes... I so enjoy seeing where they land!
Thanks for all over so many years now: Claudia, the mask queen

Announcement

Many many years ago, through my first gift company, I had the great fun of designing something that was a major fad. If you are a fan of my site, you know what it was. My ceramic masks were all over this country and a few others for a time, through Cast of Thousands.
Later I joined Mike Zampagna and Jenny McClain designing masks for Clay Art in San Francisco. They were both classmates of mine at School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, years before, and together the masks came to the more feathery, decorative appearance you see on my site..
I still have a number, but not so many now, of the faces from my design days, but now I am free to use whatever expensive add on in my extensive collection. I love that. So freeing to do them one of a kind!!! Many on my site are adorned with bits from my closet..
I don't have many left, so if you love my masks, do know the end is in sight.

And if you want to see what I've been up to since my desin days, take a look at http://www.claudiacohen.com

Any of you collectors of my masks, please send photos of where they are in your homes... I so enjoy seeing where they land!
Thanks for all over so many years now: Claudia, the mask queen

Claudia Cohen

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Claudia Cohen

Speakeasy Night Mask
Speakeasy Night Mask
$85.00
Spanish Dancer mask
Spanish Dancer mask
$80.00
Purple Flapper Mask
Purple Flapper Mask
$80.00
Purple Prince Mask
Purple Prince Mask
$90.00
Silver Star
Silver Star
$75.00
Broadway Rhythm Nask
Broadway Rhythm Nask
$70.00
Capri Mask
Capri Mask
$85.00
Jewel Tone Carneval Masque
Jewel Tone Carneval Masque
$75.00
Baroque Pearl Mask
Baroque Pearl Mask
$105.00
Strawberries and Cream Mask
Strawberries and Cream Mask
$110.00
Park Avenue Mask
Park Avenue Mask
$120.00
Opening Night Mask
Opening Night Mask
$75.00
Red Fantasia
Red Fantasia
$65.00
Ruby Fantasy Mask
Ruby Fantasy Mask
$75.00
Broadway Rhythm Mask
Broadway Rhythm Mask
$65.00

Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(20)
caroline campbell

caroline campbell on Dec 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful mask, worth every penny spent.

caroline campbell

caroline campbell on Dec 13, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

The mask is stunning. I love it!

2horses2dogs3cats

2horses2dogs3cats on Aug 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful mask,wonderful addition to my collection

2horses2dogs3cats

2horses2dogs3cats on Aug 23, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

What a gorgeous mask,first one like this I have seen,great addition to my collection

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My history in Ceramic Masks!

Many many years ago, through my first gift company, I had the great fun of designing something that was a major fad. If you are a fan of my site, you know what it was. My ceramic masks were all over this country and a few others for a time, through Cast of Thousands.
Later I joined Mike Zampagna and Jenny McClain designing masks for Clay Art in San Francisco. They were both classmates of mine at School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, years before, and together the masks came to the more feathery, decorative appearance you see on my site..
I still have a number, but not so many now, of the faces from my design days, but now I am free to use whatever expensive add on in my extensive collection. I love that. So freeing to do them one of a kind!!! Many on my site are adorned with bits from my closet..
I don't have many left, so if you love my masks, do know the end is in sight.

And if you want to see what I've been up to since my desin days, take a look at http://www.claudiacohen.com

Any of you collectors of my masks, please send photos of where they are in your homes... I so enjoy seeing where they land!
Thanks for all over so many years now: Claudia, the mask queen

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  • Claudia Cohen

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    School of the Museum of Fine Arts , boston. BFA Owner Cast of Thousands, SF till 1986 Principal designer of Masks, Clay art SF till 1998 bronze sculptor, artist at Industrial Center Building in Sausalito till present, www.claudiacohen.com

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Last updated on April 19, 2011

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