Foulds, Gordon; Barnes, Sean
January 1997
Craft Arts International;1997, Issue 38, p47
Features leather masks created by Queensland, Australia-based artist and sculptor Michael Taylor. Historical overview about the use of masks in ancient cultures; Taylor's educational background; Career history; Specialization in the field of Mardi Gras masks; Description of individual masks created by the artist.


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