About masqueHysteria

We create Life, Death, and Fantasy masks

Photography, Sculpture, and Memories

  David Earl Johnson 

(513) 374-1314

Commissioned works are entirely encouraged.

Little of the work thus far created has been offered for sale, as it is primarily an effort to create a single installation,  paying homage to the arts and, the ones that have gone before us, inspiring and reminding us of duty. To move forward in celebration of life and all love,

Acceptance, Nurture, Charity, and Friendship .*

 The real effort here is to share this experience outward in creating precious objects of memories, or whimsical pieces for you as you envision.

Create a life mask of yourself or a loved one for you or a loved one.

Paint or decorate it yourself, with them, or you can guide us and we will paint in  house. Having your mask made is a quick and relaxing experience taking up about 30 to 45 minutes of your time, and then we take over.

We offer prints for sale to help support the cost of material and time invested in

our work with Mask Expressions

collaborating with children and artists with disabilities.


Many Thanks



Contact or Email David:  masquehysteria@gmail.com

8 thoughts on “About masqueHysteria

  1. Hi David Earl and Karen Ann Johnson,

    How creative and inventive you two are with masks! Thank you for introducing yourself with such inspiring words, spiritual aims and participatory goals!

    Happy April to you and to your new blog! Since this is the very first comment here on this “About” page since your blog’s inception, SoundEagle would like to wish you a new dawn and an even better year of learning and discovery in 2013 for you!

    SoundEagle hopes that you continue to do very well and find fulfillment in whatever you enjoy doing and savouring, especially through “Acceptance, Nurture, Charity, and Friendshp”. Cheers!


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