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with training in fashion illustration & design at the Fashion Institute of Technology & Parsons School of Design & with an extensive background in architectural illustration, kimann has produced numerous, commissioned home, bridal & pet portraits. kimann also worked for 12 years at an Indianapolis architecture & land planning firm, where she specialized in land plan, elevation, floor plan & entourage rendering. kimann taught life-drawing classes for Stan Nossett for 3 years & was the Indianapolis Meridian-Kessler Annual Home Tour artist for a total of 5 years. kimann has also produced numerous illustrations for her own literary works

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Blind Justice, pictured below, is a hand-signed and numbered print, limited edition of 250, a new conceptualization of the classic Blind Justice image.  The artwork is printed on 80# bright white acid-free cover paper, signed & numbered by hand by the artist, shipped ready for mounting & framing. With a sheet size of 12.5″ x 18″ & actual image size slightly smaller, this print is of an original drawing that combines pen, ink & pencil


Blind Justice is seated, draped in cloaks whose complexity illustrate the difficult nature of Her task

Her posture is defiant & self-assured

She holds close a set of canopic jars, symbolizing the heart & soul that must go into the pursuit of truth & justice

The mask at Her feet represents the theatre that thrives within the arena that is the courtroom, where passion & oratory intertwine truths & deceptions as disparate goals & agendas are pursued

The books represent the laws of Man & the learning that defines our humanity, & the reasoning that is ultimately our salvation

An intense play of light & dark illustrates the ever-changing ways in which the tangible & abstract can be seen.  Shadows are the obvious dark side; bright reflection is the resolution – however fleeting – when Justice is served