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A. Jeffrey Zigulis Dream Masks

Artist directory :: A. Jeffrey Zigulis Dream Masks

Jeffrey Zigulis makes masks in his studio on beautiful Camano Island, Washington. His masks are finished in several different styles, Dream Masks, Japanese Paper Masks, Totem Masks, and Money Masks. His site will let you meet him learn about his work.

A. Jeffrey Zigulis     Dream Masks


A. Jeffrey Zigulis 
A. Jeffrey Zigulis Born: June 8 th , 1954 at Oak Knoll Naval Base, Oakland, California Raised and lived in Mountain View, California until 1981. Studio and residence: Mountain View 1978-1981 Prunedale, Monterey Co. California 1981-88 Sebastopol, Sonoma Co. California 1988-2006 Camano Island, Washington 2006-present Married to Nancy Darang Zigulis, July 11, 1981 Our son Matthew David Zigulis, born March 14, 1987. Student and Soccer player at Western Washington University Education: Attended Foothill College Los Altos, California 1972-73, 1975-76 San Jose State University 1976-79 BA in Art 1979 MFA Program 1980 Teaching experience: Ohlone College, Fremont, California...


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Camano Island, WA
United States


Totem Masks Several years ago, I started my adventure into my Totem series. This style opened additional avenues to research and explore. The low surface gave me more space to impliment my interest in graphic shapes and the juxtaposition of colors.I am always thinking of color.
Dream Masks Dream Masks A. Jeffrey Zigulis Jeffrey Zigulis began his Dream Mask series as presents for schoolmates of his young son, Matthew. He told the children that the masks could help scare away bad dreams.
Painted Mask Series Painted Mask Series I have long been infatuated with abstract painting. While in art school in California we studied all the great painters. Nothing touched me like the Abstract Expressionist Movement.
Money Series Masks Money Series My Money Series is the newest venture into interesting techniques that create a collage effect with the use of paper money from foreign countries. I use images of real money from all over the world. I cover the mask to build up a rhythm with colors and different graphic images found on the bills.
Japanese Paper Masks Japanese Paper Masks My Japanese Paper Masks are an explosion of rich colors, delicious structure, and a collage effect that instantly draw you into their sophisticated style. While visiting a paper store in Berkeley, California I fell in love with “Washi” paper. I knew I had to find a way to use these beautiful sheets of magical color and stories.
Studio and Residence A photo essay of our home and studio.... enjoy.
NEW!  PHOTOS! I just had the pleasure of working with Lauren Zamora, a talented photographer from Seattle. Check out the new images here and see the rest of her work at
SCULPTURAL PODS New ideas in sculpture. I have been working on these new pieces for the last few months. They range from 18" to Six Feet tall!
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