One of my loves is mask making… the use of masks by indigenous cultures, the symbolism of masks, the masks we hide behind every day as we journey through our lives. So, for some reason, it seemed appropriate to end “Social Market for a Mirrix” with one of my mask collages utilizing one of the weavings completed during the campaign.
This collage / assemblage isn’t finished yet but it will be completed in time for the final video on Monday. Once the paint is dry, I’ll be able to pull the pieces together relatively quickly.
As promised, I’ve put together a resource list of vendors I’ve worked with and can personally recommend. So, in addition to the equipment and supplies offered by Mirrix, you might want to check out the following:
When purchasing supplies, please try and support the smaller, independent sellers in your area or online.
Some of my favorite weavers…
And so Claudia and Elena can track any direct ROI for the “Social Market for a Mirrix” campaign, please leave a comment if you purchased a loom or supplies from Mirrix as a result of this campaign.