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Leather Masks:
The Merchant of Venice
The
                            Merchant of Venice
  Toys for the Face by Ryl Mandus  
The
                            Merchant of Venice

maskmaker,
                    international ballet theatre, labyrinth of jareth,
                    venetian, venetian masks, venetian-style masks,
                    mask, maskmaker, leather, costume, fantasy,
                    costuming, masque, masquer, masquerade, halloween,
                    mardi gras, carnevale, carnival, fasching,
                    faschnacht, beltaine, samhain, LARP, leather masks,
                    feathers, beads, birds, cats, lions, faeries,
                    fairies, elves, angels, vampires, goth, gothic,
                    venice, venetian, maschere

the leather masks of
Ryl Mandus


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  Contact  
How do I contact the Mask Artist? 

via e-mail to:   masks@rylmandus.com

Q:   But what if I want to telephone?
A:   Send an e-mail.

I don't do business over the phone.  Why?  Well, we've all heard of those people who can't walk and chew gum at the same time, . . . I can't work and talk on the phone at the same time, because when I'm working I am giving my work my full attention. 

You could try telepathy if you like, but since I tend to work to music I might not hear you --
-- unless you shout really, really loudly.


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facebook --
where I embarrass my family and friends

twitter --
where I make sporadic noise

tumblr --
where I make blog-style posts resembling news

instagram --
whose potential I am investigating

pinterest --
where kind folks have pinned some of my makings

Some may ask "Why haven't you answered my e-mail?"
Could be any of a number of reasons -- 

(1) Your server may have automagically dumped my response.  Spammers highjack my e-mail addy from time to time, causing all manner of e-mail mischief until said servers perform some sort of 'cleansing ritual'.  (The sounds of chanting is your first clue.)
(please try again)

(2)  The return e-mail address you provided was invalid, so my response bounced because of 'fatal errors'. 
(please try again)

(3)  The address you initially e-mailed to was incorrect -- which means your e-mail never reached me. 
(please try again)

(4)  My system might have crashed, sending all messages into oblivion. 
(please try again)

(5)  I might be under a very heavy work load and haven't had the chance. 
(patience, please)

(6)  I might be taking a much needed vacation/holiday, and never got the hang of using auto-responders. 
(patience, please)

(7) Your communique was impertinent and/or rude. 
(harumph)

(8) Because this bears repeating:  Your server may have automagically dumped my response -- spammers highjack my e-mail addy from time to time, causing all manner of e-mail mischief until said servers perform a 'cleansing ritual'.
(please try again -- smudging with white sage usually works)

The Merchant of Venice

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