Smiley Face | Larry David Framed Wall Art

by Alix Greenberg
Inspired by 'Smiley Face,' a classic Curb Your Enthusiasm episode, this framed print makes a perfect gift for anyone with a sense of humor.
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Our floating framed canvases will elevate any room! Exclusive designs are printed on the highest quality artist grade canvas, then framed in a hardwood frame - your wall will look like a gallery in no time. As always, our inks are acid free so your art will last without any fading or chipping.

Alix was born and raised in New York City, beginning her artistic career in finger painting class at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the young age of 4. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University in 2009 with a focus on painting and portraiture, and holds a Master's degree in History of Art and the Art Market. She began her professional career at Christie's and has since held positions working for artist Peter Tunney, at Skarstedt Gallery, and for the American Friends of the Israel Museum.

Alix founded Portraits For Good in 2015 as a forum for artists to make art and simultaneously do good. The company is now called ArtSugar, which officially launched in 2017.

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Smaller Size framed prints are shipped in a clear poly bag, bubble wrapped, then wrapped in thin corrugated cardboard to protect corners and boxed.

Larger sizes are shipped in a clear poly bag, bubble wrapped, and given styrofoam protected corners, then boxed.

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meet the artist

Alix was born and raised in New York City, beginning her artistic career in finger painting class at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at the young age of 4. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University in 2009 with a focus on painting and portraiture, and holds a Master's degree in History of Art and the Art Market. She began her professional career at Christie's and has since held positions working for artist Peter Tunney, at Skarstedt Gallery, and for the American Friends of the Israel Museum. Alix founded Portraits For Good in 2015 as a forum for artists to make art and simultaneously do good. The company is now called ArtSugar, which officially launched in 2017.


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