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Masks

“Masks, through ages and cultures, have had transformative powers. 

Whether they are African, Iroquois, Japanese, Inuit or pre-Colombian, they are a tool for entering another realm, the world of the spirit, or an alternate psychological state. I love this possibility of seeing anew, thinking differently.”

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Person with Important Belongings

Person with Important Belongings

cherry mask, 19x13x7, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Artist's Mask

Artist's Mask

oil/wood, 1983

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Birch Scope

Birch Scope

cherry mask, 17x11x5, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Boxes

Boxes

cherry mask, 22x13x6, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Chewing Tree

Chewing Tree

cherry mask, 23x12x7, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Dogs and Sticks

Dogs and Sticks

cherry mask, 18x11x6, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Eden Mask

Eden Mask

cherry mask, 19x11x6, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Falling Archer

Falling Archer

cherry mask, 20x11x6, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Falling Tree

Falling Tree

cherry mask, 19x13x6, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Flamingo Mask

Flamingo Mask

1995

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Hills and Crates

Hills and Crates

cherry, 11x18, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Isee

Isee

oil/wood, 18x16x9, 1985

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, News

News

cherry mask, 22x13x6, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Out of Eden

Out of Eden

cherry mask, 18x13x8, 1989

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Ripped Paper

Ripped Paper

cherry mask, 18x11x5, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Snake and Schnabel

Snake and Schnabel

cherry mask, 18x10x6, 1988

Morgan Bulkeley'swork, Whoopers and Whoopers

Whoopers and Whoopers

cherry mask, 24x13x8, 1989