Laurie E. Herrman Myers
Student Brainstorming and Research
Resources for Design Thinking
Summer Studio Intensive
Contemporary Issues in Art Ed.
Critical Intervention Research
Alcohol Ads & Youth Lesson
Identity Through Art
Self-Portrait Through Photography
Identity Logo Project
My Identity Mask
Steps to Plaster Gauze Mask Making
History of Teaching Art
Myers Drawing Blog
Resources for Contemporary Art
Personal Artistic Development
Rolla Middle School
Professional Development Plan
Acceptance Awareness Program
My Big Campus
Smack Dab in the Middle-Journalism
Exploring Digital Art
Celebration of Nations
Resources for Art Teachers
Simple Steps for Safe Plaster Gauze Mask-Making
1) Thin coat of Vaseline applied to entire face, extra Vaseline on the eyelashes and eyebrows
2) Using warm water in a shallow dish, fold palm-sized strips of plaster gauze in half, start right above the eyebrows and outline the face.
3) Continue dipping the plaster gauze material in warm water, but do not fold anymore. Work from the outside edge to the inside, constantly smoothing and dabbing water from the chin.
4) Use smaller strips to cover the nose!
5) Add the second and final layer by repeating from the outside in, smoothing gently and dabbing the chin. Use a hair dryer on a cool setting to speed up the drying process if needed.
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