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"Born to Be Wild" Cactus Mask

Hazal Ozturk

$25.00

This mask is made of 100% cotton with stretch loops. It measures 8" wide by 5.5" high. Made in the USA, it features Born to Be Wild by artist Hazal Ozturk. Click here to see Born to Be Wild as a customizable print. 

Your art print will be printed on the front side only, with a plain, soft white cotton back. To clean, hand wash the mask in cold water, late flat to dry, and steam press. Please note that this mask is not considered PPE, and will not be effective as a medical-grade, disposable mask. 

Please also note that production times may take up to 10-14 business days depending on demand. You will receive a shipping notice with a tracking number when your mask(s) are on their way. 

SKU: PM-HO002-M

About Hazal Ozturk

Originally from Ankara, Turkey, Hazal Ozturk lives and works in Upstate New York. Although she holds a Master’s degree in Chemistry, she now works as a software developer by day and an artist by night. Having a multidisciplinary background has informed her body of work in a unique way. Her diverse professional background helps her to see the world from a different perspective and this is reflected in her art. Using her art and portraying the world through lenses and canvases, she seeks to communicate a message of evolution and finding inner peace.

Her work has been exhibited in galleries in Albany and Saratoga Springs, New York, as well as Lincoln, Nebraska. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Albany Center Gallery, a nonprofit art gallery in Albany, NY. In 2019, she was selected as a participating artist for Albany’s ​"Downtown is Pawsome" public art project. One of her works, “The Universe, 2017,” was included in the set design for Capital Rep Theater‘s show, “Paris Time” from January to February, 2018.

"Art is one of the key differentiators between us and other species. It’s a reflection of evolution. Art fulfills the emotional needs of evolved humans. As a self-taught artist, I’ve been controlling my evolution and sharing this process with others."