A portrait is a painting, photograph, drawing or other artistic representation of a person in which the face and its expression are predominant. The intent is often to display likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person. A self-portrait may be a portrait of the artist or an interjection of the artist into a group portrait. Self-portraiture is a trend among artists that seems to have never lost it's position in the artist's portfolio. Even through many developments in social, economical, technology and art trends we still see it's commonness today. Some of the many justifications out there for self-portrait range from self-promotion, story-telling, a matter of access and personal or psychological exploration. This exhibition is a brief over view of nine artists who are well known for their use and or purpose of self-portraits spanning a time lapse of 1433- 1954.