6.00" x 8.00"
8.00" x 10.00"
White-Collar Justice Art Print
by Jayne Somogy
White-Collar Justice by Jayne Somogy - 6" x 8"
Archival Matte Paper
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White-Collar Justice art print by Jayne Somogy. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
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Portrait of the inimitable "Notorious RBG" Ruth Bader Ginsburg -- justice on the Supreme Court of the United States, recently deceased, and known for always wearing a fancy white collar over her drab black judge's robe.
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About Jayne Somogy
I create whimsical, graphic, stylized, often Asian-inspired & sometimes jeweled or embellished interpretations of people, animals, ethnic subjects, objects/still lifes. Art, like life, should SPARKLE! I sign my work 'SOMOGYI' the ethnically-correct version of my Hungarian surname, and I often incorporate my signature into the design of the art itself. I earned a degree in theater from the U. of Wisconsin, an additional degree, summa cum laude, in fashion design from FIDM/Los Angeles, and turned to creating art seriously in 2014 upon retiring from jobs in office administration and free time spent dancing, singing and acting. I have a passion for the exotic--music, dance, food, people--and for exploring other cultures and eras, which is...
Love it! l/f
Jayne Somogy replied:
Thank you so much, Lee--appreciate it!
Your explanation about the white collar she wears, it should be clear for everyone.In my opinion only, being politically correct is being not original and we creators should not be limited...Your title is just fine.
Very nice work Jayne. I do admit, I did read into the title in a very wrong way...My first thought was that you are trying to say that she was only or in the majority just for white-collar people, people who makes living not having physical jobs...I love the eyes and also the twist in her mouth/lips expression - this person had a lot of secrets in her mind.
Jayne Somogy replied:
Shan, you're right! Maybe I should change the title--I never considered it could be interpreted that way and I wouldn't want people to think that's the way I see her! But I'm glad you like the work--thank you.