At BSGE (Baccalaureate School for Global Education) there was an Art Gallery. The artists in the Art Gallery were eleventh and twelfth graders in the school. These masks were created by a student in the eleventh grade, Sarina. I really liked these masks because they reminded me of a poem, "We Wear the Mask", by, Paul Laurence Dunbar. In this poem, they are expressing that the masks hide their true feelings. The variety of colors on these masks make me think that these masks would hide your true colors. I think that would mean that you are afraid to show who you really are.
These masks looked like they were made with very hard work and effort. The masks were very unique and i give a lot of credit to the artist. I thought the masks were amazing.
Photo Credit: photo taken by: Tasneema, an IB student