Kest Schwartzman is a metalsmith trained at Massachusetts College of Art. She has been making masks for over a decade. She is now embarking on a journey to make a mask for every creature in the 1969 version of Borges' "The Book of Imaginary Beings" as translated by Norman Thomas Di Giovanni
Friday, May 27, 2011
**Work in Progress** Crocotta
There's his face, and the pattern for the inset for his steel jaw. The Crocotta sounds very much like a non-imaginary but very hungry wolf, to me.