ALPERSTEIN DESIGNS | Ruth Napaljarri Stewart Face Mask

ALPERSTEIN DESIGNS | Ruth Napaljarri Stewart Face Mask

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 "We walked everywhere with my family. It was a good life." 
 


Using some pretty amazing fabrics, Alperstein Design have curated a range of Australian made 100% cotton face masks featuring beautiful Aboriginal Artwork. There’s a filter pocket on the inside of the mask and using the adjustable nose wire, you can adjust the mask for a close fit to your face. Elastic loops fit around your ears to hold the mask in place.

A pocket is on the inside of the mask, made up using another layer of cotton fabric, so you have the ability to add in optional filters. If you have filters, place your filter between the 2 layers of fabric. 

Face masks come with 1x Disposable mask filter:
Single use filter - Made in China.

One size fits most.



PLEASE NOTE: ARTWORK PLACEMENT ON MASKS MAY VARY FROM IMAGES SHOWN.

Depending on the nature of the artwork, the variation will be a little or a lot.


This mask does not claim to give you respiratory protection from viruses but may help prevent the spread of germs to others.

It is recommended to wash your mask between uses.

Royalties from this product directly benefit the artists and their community.

Due to the nature of the facemasks used primarily in relation to hygienic standards, all orders are final and we will be unable to accept returns or refunds for facemasks. If you have any concerns or queries please contact us. 

Single use filters are made in China

 

Ruth Napaljarri Stewart paints many different themes and stories that were passed down to her by her father. Ruth is the younger sister of the successful artist Paddy Japaljarri Stewart, a senior elder at Yuendumu. Her traditional country is in the Mount Allen region of the Northern Territory.

 

More about the artist: 

Warlukurlangu Artists Northern Territory Logo



Ruth has painted with Warlukurlangu Artists since the 1980's, an Aboriginal owned and governed art centre located in Yuendumu. Her native language is Warlpiri. Her work has been exhibited far and wide and hold a permanent spot on the wall as at the Musée du quai Branly, Paris, France