The Legal Art Gallery is a unique art gallery dedicated to paintings inspired by the legal world.
Our brain itself is probably the first system to realize the importance of turning green.
Legal Art is an invitation to discover law through art. Art has the power to make us see things differently; it can transform our mind and change our perceptions.
WHAT THEY THINK OF LEGAL ART
“I love how San is merging our two minds, through law and art.
His expression is both beautiful and contemplative.”
“This concept is highly innovative and very interesting. The approach of creating a process which interrelates art through painting with developments in the legal profession is thought provoking and unique.”“This project of combining abstract art with law is very interesting. San is a pioneer in exploring the benefits of arts for law.”
PRAISE FOR “DISCOVER LAW THROUGH ART”
“This is a remarkable work. In a series of vivid images, San Persand shows how art is more than about law; it can be constitutive of law. Persand’s brilliant visual evocation of the desegregation case Brown v. Board of Education works, like Harper Lee’s novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” and Phil Ochs’ folk ballad “Here’s to the State of Mississippi”, to remind us that law lives, and we live our legal lives, not just in the left hemisphere of the brain, but in the powerful right hemisphere as well.”
“San Persand affords us a creative and unique way of understanding and connecting to an important fundamental collection of ideas that are the basis of a civilized society. Truly a resource to cherish.”
Jay Baruchel (actor/screenwriter) and Jesse Chabot (screenwriter). Jay Baruchel plays in Oscar-winning movie Million Dollar Baby starring Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman and Hilary Swank. He also plays in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice with Nicolas Cage and in Tropic Thunder starring Ben Stiller, Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr.