Eliot Greenwald is a self taught visual artist from Portland, Maine. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Eliot's work has most recently been shown the Art Walk NY Auction (Group show, NYC); Spring Break Art Fair 2018 (2 person show, NYC); Cunsthaus (Group show, Tampa, FL.); Ortega y Gasset (Group show, Brooklyn, NY.); The Governor's Island Art Fair (Solo, NYC); and numerous other group exhibitions around New York City. His work was reviewed by Artsy from 2018's Spring Break Art Fair and highlighted by Art News and Hyperallergic. In 2016 Eliot's paintings were published in volume 3 of Let's Panic Magazine. Eliot's portraits are part of a series of mono prints. Utilizing a home made system for squeezing wet acrylic paint through muslin, Eliot has built a large group of portraits based on subconscious visions of an amalgamated universal face. Through repetitive applications of the basic facial elements and random mutations within his process, Eliot has created a collection of absurd and gestural 'faceless faces'.