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Threatened wall masks are a cry for help in response to the damage caused by the flagrant disregard of our fragile natural environment and human rights for health and safety. No living thing is spared the increasing disasters of droughts, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes. My visages invite the observer in to make them pause and appreciate both the grandeur and fragility of nature and the need for our vigilant protection. The first masks were created with recycled cardboard shoe inserts and packaging. I haunt junk stores for rattan baskets and other cast-offs that bring their histories. I aim to reduce my carbon footprint with my reuse of these cast-offs. 

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