Sebridges Gallery - And Venus Was Her Name Mask, Mask, Sebridges Gallery, Sacramento . Shop
Sebridges Gallery - And Venus Was Her Name Mask, Mask, Sebridges Gallery, Sacramento . Shop
Sebridges Gallery - And Venus Was Her Name Mask, Mask, Sebridges Gallery, Sacramento . Shop
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Sebridges Gallery - And Venus Was Her Name Mask

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This one of a kind cotton mask made by Kip Bridges is a two-layered mask representing the beautiful Venus. It has a blue floral design on the top and green sequins and mesh on the bottom half. There are seashells, starfish, and flowers in pink, purple, yellow, white, blue, and green attached. The inner layer is blue tie-dye. This adult size mask comes in a contoured style with black elastic loops for the ears. 

 

Kip Bridges is a local Sacramento based artist. Kip has his landscape architect degree from UC Davis. Transforming his love of nature to interpret different mediums such as oil paint, watercolor, stain glass, blown glass, soft and metal sculpture. He looks forward to getting up in the morning and making stuff. He is currently fostering creative talents in Sacramento and creating art for himself at the same time.

 

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Material: Cotton

Color: pink, purple, yellow, white, blue, and green

Size: Large

Kindness & Care

  • For your safety, wash prior to use.

  • 100% cotton: safe, comfortable, but will wrinkle after wash

  • Iron mask after wash for the best look.

  • To fit- adjust knot in elastic loops

CDC GUIDELINES
CDC recommends that people wear masks in public settings, like on public and mass transportation, at events and gatherings, and anywhere they will be around other people.

Wear masks with two or more layers to stop the spread of COVID-19

Wear the mask over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin

Masks should be worn by people two years and older

Masks should NOT be worn by children younger than two, people who have trouble breathing, or people who cannot remove the mask without assistance

Do NOT wear masks intended for healthcare workers, for example, N95 respirators

 

CDC does not recommend the use of face shields alone. Evaluation of face shields is ongoing but effectiveness is unknown at this time.