Deborah Masters’ large sculpture exhibition entitled "Spirits", feature heads that measure up to five feet in height and are suspended from the Mary G.Hardin Cultural Center gallery ceiling by chains. They stare out at us impassively, silently dwelling in their own consciousness. These monumental sculptural heads are joined by other artwork created in a more intimate scale: "Little Spirits" smaller sculptures of human and animal heads and "Crosses" which combine religious, personal, and social imagery. Since the 1990s, public and private commissions brought Masters' work to a wider audience. For over 30 years, her work outside the studio has reflected her social consciousness and concerns for the environment, and she has received national awards and recognition in these leadership roles.