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A Face Only a Mother Could Love by Kimmy Quillin
A Face Only a Mother Could Love
A Face Only a Mother Could Love
A Face Only a Mother Could Love
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    Kimmy Quillin

    A Face Only a Mother Could Love

    Dimensions: Height 36 in x Width 24 in.

    Medium: Acrylic and pencil on canvas

    [From the artist] The title of this piece is an old-fashioned dig on something whose beauty could only be appreciated by the one who created it. I felt the same about this painting, with its unlikely color combinations and wild and fierce energy. It felt like someone would have to sit a long time with it and get to know it so well in order to pull out the beauty in it. During the creation, I certainly went through phases where I thought I had lost the narrative, but something in it still felt magnetic. It feels like a very masculine painting to me and reminds me of some of Willem de Kooning’s work.

    $38 /mo
    Purchase: $1,200
    • One of a kind art with certificate from artist
    • Free delivery and installation*
    • Free art styling session with our art curators

    A Face Only a Mother Could Love

    The title of this piece is an old-fashioned dig on something whose beauty could only be appreciated by the one who created it. Kimmy felt the same about this painting, with its unlikely color combinations and wild and fierce energy. It has the feel of a very masculine painting and is reminiscent of some of Willem de Kooning’s work.

    Kimmy Quillin

    Kimmy Quillin

    Works in Brooklyn

    Kimmy Quilin with her choppy bob haircut and a living room shrouded in warm clay colors, could be her own indie movie heroine. Underlying Kimmy’s study of colors and forms, whether in expressionistic strokes or recent minimalism, is a love and attention to things around her.You'll love Kimmy if you: appreciate diners in the city for their neon tubes and retro leather booths despite their terrible service.

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