Blind Justice is a hand-signed and numbered limited print edition of 250, printed on 80# bright white acid-free cover paper. This print is of an original drawing that combines both pen and ink, and pencil.
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 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 are seen. Shadows represent the dark side, and bright light contrasts as the resolution when – however fleeting – Justice is served.
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author-illustrator, wife and mother, kimann schultz “writes with pictures & draws with words.” a five-time meridian-kessler home tour artist, Kimann produced numerous portraits and illustrations on commission, including a series of illustrations for new century publishing’s anthology of children’s literature. kimann worked as a life drawing instructor for stan nossett school of fine arts in muncie, and spent 12 years at an indianapolis architectural firm, where her duties included site plan, entourage and architectural rendering and illustration
kimann is a first generation american, a bi-lingual (german, english) graduate of indiana university bloomington, having majored in art history and german. her studies at iu included a year+ abroad, where she attended the university of hamburg. kimann also attended parsons school of design and the fashion institute of technology (FIT) in NYC
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