This Mask represents a fictional cat, based on " Alice's adventures in Wonderland". Novel written in 1865 by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson ( Lewis Carroll) . Cheshire was used the first time to performance the play at Salk Middle School and continues his performances in different events
Title: "Cheshire Cat"
Materials: acrylic, paper mache, foam,sponge, aluminum foil, cardboard, muslin cloth, wire
This Donkey was created for the performance of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream" at Salk Middle School in NYC
Title: " Puck"
Materials: acrylic, paper mache foam, sponge, aluminum foil, cardboard, muslin cloth, wire
La Cucaracha Martina
This mask was based in the Portorican Folktale "Perez and Martina" wrote by Pura Belpré (1899-1982)
The cockroach Martina was exhibit in Borimix 2010 and performance at the same time in opening exhibit.
Title: "Cucaracha Martina "
Materials: acrylic, paper mache, metal mesh, feathers, tule, fabric,
This character was created to performance at the Parade for the First Night event in Boston, he is a big head monster but at the same time friendly, shy and cute. He inspired lot compassion especially from children when he visits their schools. I feel fortunate when people make a connection with the story for children "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak. The truth is I knew the story after my work was done.
Title: " Frederic the little Monster"
Materials: Acrylic, artificial fur,paper mache, cardboard, aluminum foil, muslin cloth, wire, Chicken wire.