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Lady Liberty Metal Print featuring the painting The State of Liberty by Susan Esbensen

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The State of Liberty Metal Print

Susan Esbensen

by Susan Esbensen

$71.00

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The State of Liberty metal print by Susan Esbensen.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

The condition of liberty. A reflection of our state of mind. ... more

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Metal Print Tags

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Comments (20)

Phil Chadwick

Phil Chadwick

Quite the message in this one Susan... good for you!

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Phil!

Randal Burns

Randal Burns

Wowwwww to this work Susan. So much to feel and see. What a narrative. F/L

Susan Esbensen replied:

Hi Randy. I appreciate your continued support and comments!

Michel Verhoef

Michel Verhoef

Amazing metaphors...great piece Susan !

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you so much Michel! :)

Lenore Senior

Lenore Senior

I could study this for a very long time! I love it!

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thanks Lenore! A bit wabi sabi, but I feel stylistically, it expresses the sentiment well.

Bunny Clarke

Bunny Clarke

A powerful and gorgeous work of art. You have so many great symbols in this for translating into what any person could apply. Brilliant piece.

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Bunny! I have used symbols and a bit of Wabi Sabi in this piece! :)

Brigitte Carre

Brigitte Carre

Great work !

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Brigitte!

Miroslava Jurcik

Miroslava Jurcik

Powerful and bold , and love the message behind it, to learn and take a stand, don't just let other people make decisions for you !! l/f

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Miroslava for such an incredible and astute comment! It is much appreciated!

RC DeWinter

RC DeWinter

That's about the size of it, nice concept. l/f

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you RC! Wishing it wasn't so!

Ylli Haruni

Ylli Haruni

Great, powerful message! L

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Yllli!

Gloria Ssali

Gloria Ssali

special work so expressive love it a lot!! fave

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you so very much Gloria! :)

Susan Brown    Slizys art signature name

Susan Brown Slizys art signature name

Powerful image!! I too have used the lady, to express my feelings about the state of affairs . This painting uses many symbols of peace but shows the opposite result. F/L

Susan Esbensen replied:

I really appreciate your comment Susan! I specifically painted this for the 'Against All Odds' exhibition honoring the life of Paul Robeson. Opening tonight at the Trenton City Museum, at the Ellarslie Mansion.

Anand Swaroop Manchiraju

Anand Swaroop Manchiraju

Wow!! Very well expressed!!Love the colors and mood. L/F

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you so very much Anand!

Lenore Senior

Lenore Senior

Fantastic concept and execution, so powerful in these recent days!!! v/f! Bravo!

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Lenore! I was not expecting it to be prophetic!

Betty Pieper

Betty Pieper

I love the bold design...which first caught my eye...but there is so much more here, isn't there! I have been wanting to do a Liberty in Army Boots for a long time but it hasn't quite jelled in my head yet let alone found its way our through my hands....

Susan Esbensen replied:

I hear you Betty! I often have ideas, that do not coalesce into a tangible image. Or other times, they shape shift as I paint and transform into something entirely different from what I imagined..

Kumar Annamalai

Kumar Annamalai

You have captured emotions well in this work of art...I can sense there are an array of feelings going thru this work. Truly loving it. well done Susan, Dark and powerful thoughts!

Susan Esbensen replied:

Wonderful comment Kumar! Thank you!

Evelina Popilian

Evelina Popilian

Love it! powerful message.

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Evelina!

Reynold Jay

Reynold Jay

Oh my--this is a powerful image and I admit I am partial to the concept. My children's series is all about freedom, liberty etc. and there is a somber underside much like your powerful painting. This is a masterpiece!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and wish you a happy Fourth of July! Lovely and beautiful as ever

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you for the supportive and outstanding comment Reynold! . Have a happy 4th of July and continue to teach the liberty story through your own beautiful and powerful work!

Dawn Senior-Trask

Dawn Senior-Trask

What a powerful expression, every bit as resonant today as during Paul Robeson's lifetime. His words and this incredible painting give strength and hope in the never-ending struggle for justice and freedom. fav

Susan Esbensen replied:

Dawn thank you so much for such a well thought out response! I appreciate the recognition of my painting as an expression of the ongoing struggle for justice and freedom for all. And as a tribute to the life long work of Paul Robeson.

Joel Bruce Wallach

Joel Bruce Wallach

A powerfully compelling work, Susan, evoking immediate resonance with modern matters!

Susan Esbensen replied:

Great comment Joel! I took a risk and it was accepted into the museum show.

Mitch Shindelbower

Mitch Shindelbower

Very interesting work Susan ! l/f

Susan Esbensen replied:

Thank you Mitch. I painted this specifically for the 'Against All Odds' exhibition to be held at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie. A themed exhibition honoring the life and contributions of Paul Robeson.

Artist's Description

The condition of liberty. A reflection of our state of mind. A visual allegory for our time. "Every artist, every scientist, must decide now where he stands. He has no alternative. There is no standing above the conflict on Olympian heights. There are no impartial observers. Through the destruction, in certain countries, of the greatest of man's literary heritage, through the propagation of false ideas of racial and national superiority, the artist, the scientist, the writer is challenged. The struggle invades the formerly cloistered halls of our universities, and other seats of learning. The battlefront is everywhere. There is no sheltered rear." Paul Robeson, The Whole World in His Hands THE TRENTON CITY MUSEUM AT ELLARSLIE MANSION 'AGAINST ALL ODDS,' INSPIRED BY PAUL ROBESON. In conjunction with; The Paul Robeson House of Princeton and the African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County Exhibits on Display ￿ July 9 ￿ September 11, 2016

About Susan Esbensen

Susan Esbensen

Deep within my spirit lies the need to express myself. Through my art I am able to continue this process and strive for ways to improve my craft. My paintings are a contemporary fusion. I allow them to go in a number of directions from loose, to a more representational style. Not easily classified, my art embodies aspects of Abstract, Expressionism, Impressionism, Symbolism, and Surrealism. A true reflection of my own multi-dimensional nature. Each painting I do is a little different from the last. The mood of the color scheme, the under-painting, my emotional input, my reaction to the world around me at that time, the soul and the drama of the subject, whether real or imagined creates a unique vision. I have...

 

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