Ceramic masks and small mask pendants

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The evolution of a maskmaker...

Some of you may wonder why I'm putting so much energy into the making of masks. Well, after years of being a maker of many different things, I finally began to dabble in masks (inspired by my own collection of masks from around the world). It dawned on me, after the first few that I made, that a path was opening up before me. I knew that I didn't want to copy foreign masks or even to borrow ideas from them. I did want to be a part of the mask tradition. Thus began my journey. Very early on, around 1998, I decided that I would make "American" masks with contemporary ideas - my contribution to the tradition. After a while, the masks became more and more personal which seemed a natural progression. I continue making them with the hope that some of the ideas I present are universal.

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    Self employed Artist and Craftsperson for nearly 40 years. Showing and selling work through Galleries and the American Craft Council.

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Last updated on January 23, 2023
Thank you for your interest in my work! My real name is Peggy Bjerkan and I live in St. Helena, California. I also have a website with lots of pictures and information about the masks.

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