"A mask is an artifact normally worn on the face, typically for protection, concealment, performance, or amusement. Masks have been used since antiquity for both ceremonial and practical purposes. They are usually, but not always, worn on the face, although they may also be positioned for effect elsewhere in relation to the wearer's own head.
The word mask came via French masque and either Italian maschera or Spanish máscara. Possible ancestors are Latin (not classical) mascus, masca = "ghost", Hebrew masecha= "mask" and Arabic maskharah = "jester", "man in masquerade"."
This particular deviation only gets stronger when you read the blurb about it... For those of you that are too lazy to do so, the mask in her hand is a relic of her uncle Danny. I find it interesting how the artist chose to un-mask herself, but then decided that her face was an unimportant element. Perhaps she wants to tell people that hiding from people behind a 'mask' is no way to a