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Llama Mama

Llama Mama


Llama Mama by Betsy Youngquist is part of an ongoing series of found object masks celebrating the interconnected web of life on planet Earth. This mask was made using a wooden foundry form from Memphis, TN. These foundry forms were used to create sand casted molds in Memphis during the first half of the last century. Parts for trains, ships, and streetcars were manufactured through this process. Llama Mama is full of personality and has the prettiest shade of green eyes. 


-Old prosthetic eyes 
-Swarovski glass rhinestones (Austria)
-Antique glass micro beads (Italy 1800s)
-Hematite beads
-Vintage and contemporary glass seed beads and stone
-Foundry forms

These masks are so incredibly fun to make that I can't stop myself......;) 

Shipping to international countries available upon request.

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