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"I Miss Your Face" is another in my series of fashion paintings using images of my muse Mary Van Note. She is an avid collector of vintage fashions and a well known blogger/comedian. I remove the faces from many of my paintings because I feel that the emotion is more universal that way, rather than just a portrait of a specific person. I associate clothes from the fifties and sixties with my mother, as that was her heyday and, according to photos, she was very well dressed back then. Having been adopted, I never knew what my birth mother's face looked like. So, in a way, these painting of faceless women in vintage clothes are a nod to both of my mothers. These are digital paintings created on an iPad. I call this one "I Miss Your Face" for obvious reasons, but also because I think, though we are always in contact with people via the internet and social media, sometimes we just miss real "Face Time". People don't send letters that much anymore, but wouldn't this be lovely to get in the mail? I think it would also be great for an occasion, like a birthday card for someone who is far away. As a poster, the bright joyful colors and the whimsical imagery will perk up any room!

  • Edition Size

    350 per size, per colorway

  • Dimensions

    18" x 24"

  • Printing

    Deluxe Pigment Ink

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  • Tags

    art, art print, art prints, digital, dress, fashion, fifties, friendship, mary van note, print, retro, vintage, wall art, wall decor, women

about the artist

San Francisco, CA

Originally from Toronto, I work as an artist/animator/comedian in San Francisco. I discovered making art on the iPad while laid-up recovering from an accident The pieces are printed onto stretched canvas and look exactly like oil paintings. They have been exhibited in a number of shows in S.F., and everyone marvels that they are digital. I love that I can making paintings without the mess and smell. I can paint in my living room! Technology is awesome!

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