Welcome to our collection of traditional and contemporary masks. At we have displayed many of our finest examples for purchase and to inspire you in your own mask making ventures.

All masks pictured here were carved by master carver Ida Bagus Anom Suryawan and his family at Astina Gallery in Mas Village, Bali Indonesia. The excellent quality and intricate detail shown in these masks, reflects generations of experience carving and dancing masks in traditional ceremony.

Anom makes traditional Balinese masks from light pule wood for use in the topeng masked dance ceremony. His brightly colored masks can take weeks or even months to finish, and feature as many as 40 layers of acrylic paint to ensure their durability.

Traditional Masks

Contemporary Balinese Masks

Contemporary Masks