There are few things more compelling than the human face. Features that we all share vary on an individual level; each variance distinguishing ourselves from others, and in turn partially constituting our respective physical identities. The way faces (and the features that rest on them) move exude emotion and meaning. Faces characterize the things we say and the ways we feel. Each detail -every crease, every blemish, and every wrinkle- tells its own story. It is, therefore, to no epistemological difficulty as to why artists often choose the human face as their primary subject.

Our second featured collection dwells on the human face as an artistic subject, and is entitled: Freckle, Blemish, Wrinkle, Scar. The works, which feature photography, painting, and drawings, are curated in such a way to emphasize basal elements: The collection ‘begins’ with highly detailed photographs, and ‘ends’ with graphite scrawls of principal facial components. This abstraction contemplates the maintained artistic beauty of the human face, despite variance in detail.


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Ella in Montreal
Nastia Cloutier-Ignatiev
Digital Print
16" x 16"
SOLD
$300 — Buy
Connection I
Jade Wulfraat
Digital Print
16" x 16"
SOLD
$300 — Buy
Didi is the Heritage
Aydin Matlabi
Digital Print
16" x 24"
SOLD
$2000 — Buy
Untitled
Jules Tomi
Film Print
16" x 20"
SOLD
$170 — Buy
Time
Andrea Wilkin
Oil PaintCanvas
42" x 36"
SOLD
$1600 — Buy
Try a Little Tenderness
Emily Spooner
Oil PaintCanvas
24" x 30"
SOLD
$1400 — Buy
Frans
Hunter McLean
Oil PaintCanvas
21" x 30"
SOLD
$450 — Buy
Girl w/ armpit
Addison Bale
PaperInk
12" x 16"
SOLD
$175 — Buy
No Name
Stephanie Morin
Oil PaintCanvas
36" x 48"
SOLD
$1250 — Buy
Anxious
Cairo Justice
Oil PaintGlass
10" x 12"
SOLD
$190 — Buy
Sans titre 4
Laurence Belzile
GraphitePaper
14" x 16"
SOLD
$100 — Buy
Sans titre 9
Laurence Belzile
GraphitePaper
14" x 16"
SOLD
$100 — Buy