A last look at Lucia Masciullo Unmasked

Bidding reserve: Highest bid so far - $300

This is the lovely Lucia Masciullo






This is the mask Lucia made




Title of mask


                                                   Title: Earth goddess.


This is what the mask looked like before Lucia decorated it.



About Lucia Masciullo

Lucia is an artist, full time painter and illustrator of children books. She’s born and bred in Livorno, Tuscany, where bushes smell of rosemary and saltiness.

She moved to Brisbane in 2006 and started working her own business to sell her paintings to America, Europe and Australia. Since 2008 she has been working with Australian book Publishers: Hardie Grant Egmont and Penguin.

She describes herself as a visual explorer and she has published many children’s books, including When No-One is Looking, On the Farm/At the Zoo, The Boy and The Toy, Family Forest, and Come down Cat.

In 2010 she won the Aurealis Award for The Boy and the Toy, written by Sonya Hartnett and illustrated by Lucia, and it was shortlisted for the 2012 Prime Ministers Awards for Come down Cat.

These are some of the books she has had published

Olive of Groves by Katrina Nannestad (Harper Collins, in press)
Emo the Emu by Tony Wilson (Scholastic, in press)
Together Always by Edwina Wyatt (Little Hare, in press)
A Curry for Murray by Kate Hunter (UQ Press 2015)
My Happy Sad Mummy by Michelle Vasiliu (Jojo Publishing 2014)
The Wild One by Sonya Hartnett (Penguin 2014)
Queen Alice’s Palaces by Juliette MacIver (ABC Books 2013)
Spike and Mitzi, Changing Places by Nette Hilton (Pearson UK 2012)
Spike and Mitzi, Learning the Ropes by Nette Hilton (Pearson UK 2012)
Come down, Cat! by Sonya Hartnett (Penguin 2011)
Accidental Princess by Jen Storer (Penguin 2011)
The Boy and the Toy by Sonya Hartnett (Penguin 2010)
Family Forest by Kim Kane (HGE 2010)
When No-one is Looking – On the Farm by Zana Fraillon
When No-one is Looking – At the Zoo by Zana Fraillon




Now all you need do is scroll down to see some of Lucia’s other wonderful work, and follow the links to see more, then make your bid.  If at the end of the two month auction, your bid is highest, every cent will go to the charities and you will be sent your mask as a keepsake and a reminder that we are part of the wild world, so we had better take care of it!


For more about ...

Lucia Masciullo, vist her website here


also you can read more about her and see more of her work here


Other work




Mask bidding reserve: Highest bid so far - $300

5 Bids

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