contemporary painting

"Blind Justice"      1986      by collaborative artists Ira and Corliss       68in x 84in     173cm x 213cm  

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Artists' Comentary on this painting

contemporary painting

"Blind Justice"

July 1986

Ira:        "Her scales gone, Lady Justice, blindly wields a knife, as a maimed and suffering humanity awaits her verdicts.

       The background landscape whose wide bands of color evoke a flag, is a fitting  backdrop for this nationalistic pageant of horror and injustice."


Corliss:        "Ours has been a dialogue without need of outside approval.   We voice what we believe needs to be said."


Commentary from exhibition at the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California.