Liberty, 1986



LIBERTY   (1986)
Carrara marble
Height: 48 inches (122 cm)

Taken from two statues, Blind Justice and the Statue of Liberty, this work reflects the time in England during the 1980s when the government was spending on arms while the poor remained hungry. This work represents the injustice of a nation. The limbs of this sculpture represent the scales of justice; the left hand is empty while the right hand is fully burdened with the arms of war.

Public collection: Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford, England

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