Is it not a bizarre experience gazing at a portrait of someone without a face? It's uncomfortable, isn't it? Or is that just me? When I look at a faceless face, I immediately want to turn away. I wonder why the subject is faceless? Are they even human? I'm intrigued by Lisa Golightly's work (her site and shop are called "Kiki and Polly"). I'm intrigued because I wonder why she chosen to omit what some might consider the most important part of her subjects - the face. Their eyes. The windows to the soul. Her paintings have me coming back for more. I have visited her shop over and over the past week (damn this silly budget). The Fire starters is my favorite painting. I don't see a fire but I know those two are up to something.