For All by Robin Robinson


Title: For All

Medium: Mixed media on gallery wrapped canvas

Dimensions: 30×24”



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SKU: DAR014 Category:


In “For All,” the artist employs a captivating blend of acrylic paint and pencil to convey a profound synthesis of two iconic symbols: Lady Liberty and Lady Justice. With a thoughtful selection of colors and imagery, the artist creates a compelling narrative that explores themes of freedom, justice, and equality.

The central focus of the composition is the figure of a woman, portrayed in a striking shade of blue that serves as a symbolic reference to the colors of the United States flag but also carries symbolic significance. Blue traditionally represents loyalty, strength, and trust-qualities that are integral to the concept of liberty. By merging the visual elements of Lady Liberty and Lady Justice, the artist creates a powerful symbol of the interconnectedness between freedom and justice in society.

The woman depicted in the artwork is reminiscent of a statue, evoking the timeless and enduring nature of the ideals she represents. Adorned with a Liberty crown and holding the scales of Justice, she stands as a beacon of hope and equality, embodying the principles of democracy and fairness. Her stance exudes strength and determination, emphasizing her role as a guardian of liberty and a symbol of justice for all.

Against a background of blocks in varying hues of red, separated by white bars, the figure of the woman emerges with striking clarity. The use of red, a color often associated with passion, courage, and sacrifice, adds depth and intensity to the composition, underscoring the significance of the themes explored in the artwork. The horizontal white bars serve as a visual anchor, upon which the words “for all” are repeated in blue pencil. This repetition reinforces the central message of the painting, emphasizing the ideal of “liberty and justice for all”-a direct reference to the Pledge of Allegiance-as a fundamental principle of democracy. The juxtaposition of these words against the backdrop of red and the figure of the woman creates a sense of urgency and importance, compelling the viewer to reflect on the meaning of equality and justice in society.

Through its striking imagery and symbolic depth, the synthesis of Lady Liberty and Lady Justice serves as a potent reminder of the ideals upon which the United States was founded and the imperative to uphold them for generations to come.