Blind Justice, an original by kimann, is available as a hand-signed and numbered print through the kurt vonnegut library museum. click on the link to inquire directly at the museum. Blind Justice is also featured in the kvml 2015 literary journal, so it goes, volume 4, also available for purchase through the kvml.
A signed and numbered limited edition of 250, this original rendering is a new conceptualization of the classic Blind Justice image. The artwork is printed on 80# bright white acid-free cover paper, signed and numbered by hand by the artist, and shipped ready for mounting and framing. With a sheet size of 12.5″ x 18″ and actual image size slightly smaller, this print is of an original drawing that combines both pen and ink and pencil.
To view a comprehensive online portfolio, please visit: www.kimann.org.
Blind Justice is seated, draped in cloaks whose complexity illustrate the difficult nature of Her task.
Her posture is defiant and self-assured.
She holds close a set of canopic jars, symbolizing the heart and soul that must go into the pursuit of truth and justice.
The mask at Her feet represents the theatre that thrives within the arena that is the courtroom, where passion and oratory intertwine truths and deceptions as disparate goals and agendas are pursued.
The books represent the laws of man and the learning that defines our humanity and the reasoning that is ultimately our salvation.
An intense play of light and dark illustrates the ever-changing ways in which the tangible and abstract can be seen. Shadows are the obvious dark side; bright reflection is the resolution — however fleeting — when Justice is served.