You will all remember Cory and his students from his previous guest posts, so no introduction is needed. Fabulous masks – what a great art class!
Here’s the email Cory sent in with the photos:
It’s Cory from Royal Valley Middle School again (we made the panther and the the Sarcophagus). I thought that a few of my students and I would enter your Halloween Mask Party. Here areÂ our pictures.
Each year my students make paper mache monsters and masks to celebrate Halloween. Here are 7 of the finished 8th grade masks. All of the following masks were made from balloons and paper mache except for the gas mask which was made from a foam-core structure and then covered in paper mache. The last three images are the ones that I have created for examples. I used plaster gauze to make my masks more sturdy. The last image is made from a cardboard oatmeal tube and I will send a picture when it is completed.
Thanks for letting us share our work.
Cory and the 8th grade class.
Thanks, Cory! Your students must be very proud of their work.
3 thoughts on “Paper Mache Masks from Cory and his 8th grade class”
These are so great!! Very impressive!
8th grade huh? AWESOME!!! Love yours too Cory!
These are wonderful. Lots of creativity.