Be inspired by Yreina Cervantez to create a mask that highlights who you are, what you like, where you come from, and/or who you hope to become.
Danza Ocelotl Masks
Yreina Cervantez's Mask
In Danza Ocelotl, Yreina Cervantez created a self-portrait in which she is holding a mask. The mask is made up of different icons: her nose is a jaguar, her cheeks are hearts and skulls, and her chin is a crescent moon. Cervantez created this to showcase her culture and to show pride in her heritage and who she is as a person.
This work is associated with Self-Help Graphics, the East Los Angeles printmaking workshop and arts center that emerged from the Chicano movement of the 1960s.
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