Art: Mask

Jun 13, 2021 | 2021 Spring- Role Models

This is my mask! I made it using acrylic pens and iridescent medium. Its dimensions are 7” x 4” x 7.” The way I would describe the mask is that it has a dramatic androgynous neutral affect, and the forehead may imply a tired look.

Cheryl Williams is a bisexual artist & songwriter from Boston! She has been doing her art off and on for years.

Cheryl Williams

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