Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Mardi Gras Masks in Glass {2013}


Years ago, I purchased three Mardi Gras comedy masks from Studio Inferno in purple, green, and gold glass. I love to display these annually for the Mardi Gras season.


This year, I have displayed each in the three windows of the dining room. I used powerful suction cups to attach them in each window. I love the purple, green, and gold glow.

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Studio Inferno is known for their glass studio in the Bywater area of New Orleans. Started by glass artist Mitchell Gaudet, the building houses multiple artist workspaces, glassblowing studio, and a gift shop which features the studios New Orleans-inspired designs including water meters, fleur de lis and voodoo dolls in addition to their signature flaming hearts, torsos, lips and chile pepper necklaces. The building is open for tours daily. They are also a frequent vendor at the annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

Studio Inferno Glass Studio is located at 3000 Royal Street in the Bywater.

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Mardi Gras art glass, y’all!


  1. I'm really loving those glass comedy masks! What a nice touch to the windows in the dining room--you created a "windowscape" with the Mardi Gras bunting hanging on the back fence of the courtyard! Have a great day! :)

  2. I love the Mardi Gras glass. It was very clever to hang them in your windows.

  3. These masks are gorgeous! I love glass and the design of these masks are lovely!

  4. Those masks look like large suckers...hey...mardi gras suckers!!

  5. Those are really beautiful, Ron! Gorgeous pieces. xo Diana

  6. I love glass, crystal, and anything that catches my eye! These are a great addition to your mardi gras collection! Love em!

  7. These are wonderful, Ron! You always find the best decorations for every season. xx, Sherry


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