Joanna has always loved to draw and the main themes of her artistic endeavors have mostly focused on the human face, with an emphasis on its varied facial expressions.
It was at Beal Secondary School (Arts Foundation Program) that she discovered her passion for working in clay. In 2007 she dedicated herself to a full-time career as a sculptor and mask maker. Since then, she has created numerous unique masks designs and ceramic sculptures. Her work might be found in private collections all over the world.
“I am fascinated by the human face that is a limitless source of mystery and drama.”
To see her work go to www.joannamozdzen.com