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Face Mask – Dreaming Track Nights
Artwork by Aboriginal artist Annie-renae Winters.
Annie-renae Winters is a Kamilaroi woman who grew up on Wiradjuri/Gadigal land. She combines traditional Aboriginal artforms with a contemporary twist.
“This work along with my other design (Mirri Yaana) always starts in a place of joy. My goal with my art is for people to feel alive and a celebration of our unique Aboriginal culture in Australia. When I paint I feel connected to my culture and to the country I live on. My work is personal as it is a space for me to remember my culture, my language, and symbols. By painting this I hope to create a space for younger people to also learn more about their culture, no matter where they are. This piece takes inspiration from traditional styles of Aboriginal art mixed together with my contemporary approach. Focusing on the symbols for coral, shells, water, people meeting and my totem the Kangaroo. It paints a snapshot of the landscape and country we are called to care for. I am always ‘On Country’, nowhere is exempt from this. We always have a responsibility to know country, share it and care for it. I love the bright colour of the Australian landscape I have depicted this in this artwork.”
· Polyester compound 200gsm
· Lightweight yet durable double knit fabric for 2 x the protection from droplets
Middle Layer filter
· Polypropylene non-woven washable inner – reusable (not disposable)
· Not to be ironed
· Comes with each mask
· 100% cotton 135gsm
· Hypoallergenic and comfortable inner layer with inbuilt pouch for filters to fit
· Full mask is washable up to 90 degrees and can be ironed
· Elastic spandex compound that ties/adjusts
Comfort and fit
· Adjustable metal nose clip for the perfect moulded fit
Canteen or the manufacturer of these face masks and filters do not claim that by wearing these masks it will completely protect or prevent you from contracting or transmitting COVID-19 or any other airborne virus, bacteria or other disease. Face masks are barriers to help confine droplets caused by sneezing or coughing. As with all health decisions, please consult with your doctor or medical professional to determine what is best for you and your situation and make sure to read the latest NSW Government Guidelines and VIC Government Guidelines on masks.
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