Making masks in Stonington
Maxie Buchanan of Stonington, tapes a cardboard bird beak to her mask, as she participates in a mask making workshop at the LaGrua Center in Stonington Borough, Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016. About 15 participants attended the workshop. Buchanan is a mixed media 3-D artist based in Stonington, and is assisting artist Dan Potter of Stonington, teach the class. (Tim Martin/The Day)
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