The Art of Justice

The Art of Justice

This stunning sculpture by  Audrey Flack is located at the Howard Baker Jr. Federal Courthouse, in Knoxville Tennessee.   Cast in bronze in 2000, the head is three feet high and mounted on a five foot high verde marble column.  She carries many cultures in her...
What Don’t You Understand?

What Don’t You Understand?

Doesn’t the inscription on the Supreme Court building in Washington, D. C. — ‘JUSTICE UNDER THE LAW’ — apply to all United States citizens? Ah yes, except when women bring up the Equal Rights Amendment, ‘JUSTICE UNDER THE LAW’...
The Art of Justice

The Art of Justice

Blind Justice by John Thomas, 1813-1862 This sandstone carving is located on the Halifax Town Hall, Halifax, England in collaboration with Edward Middleton Barry. There are three heads within the structure by this sculpture: Wisdom, Justice and Mercy.  The artist died...
A Wal-Mart Greeter

A Wal-Mart Greeter

A Wal-Mart Greeter… Or how about a blindfold? The Blind Justice Award goes to our very own Supremes, led by Justice Antonia Scalia who ruled that the women of Wal-Mart didn’t deserve their day in court for sex discrimination. Wal-Mart wasn’t too big...
The Art of Justice

The Art of Justice

  The Allegory of Justice by Elia Castello,  1602 Salzburg City, Austria Made of stucco, the image is located on the ceiling of the New Residence, Hall of Virtues