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Angela Davis as Themis: The Incarnation of Themis, the Greek Goddess of Divine Law and Order


Step into the world of Themis, the Greek Goddess of divine law and order, and immerse yourself in the symbolism of justice and truth. Andrea LaHue presents the stunning Themis Goddess Art Print, capturing the essence of this revered deity. In this blog post, we celebrate Angela Davis, a living embodiment of Themis, as we explore her lifelong commitment to activism, academia, and her relentless pursuit of social justice.

Themis: The Guardian of Divine Law and Order:

In Greek mythology, Themis, escorted by The Three Fates, arrived in a golden chariot for her wedding to Zeus, becoming his second wife. Themis bore six daughters: the three seasons, as well as Peace, Good Order, and Justice. As the divine voice of human conduct, Themis imparted wisdom through the Oracle of Delphi, instructing humankind on the unwritten laws that govern our existence. Depicted with the scale of justice and the sword of truth, Themis represented the ideal of fair judgment and maintaining cosmic balance.

Angela Davis: The Living Incarnation of Themis:

Angela Davis, a revered American icon, personifies the essence of Themis. Her activism and dedication to social justice were nurtured from an early age, as she witnessed and experienced profound social injustices. Davis's upbringing, with an intellectual mother and during the civil rights movement, laid the foundation for her unwavering commitment to challenging systemic oppression. From protesting racial segregation in the Girl Scouts of the United States of America to becoming an influential academic, activist, scholar, and revolutionary, Davis has dedicated her life to addressing issues of class, feminism, race, and the U.S. prison system.

As a powerful educator and speaker, Angela Davis imparts deep critical insights while offering tangible solutions to societal challenges. Her ability to teach and speak truth to power aligns perfectly with Themis's role in upholding divine law and order. Davis's intellectual prowess and tireless advocacy have had a profound impact on reshaping conversations surrounding social justice.

The Themis Print: A Symbol of Justice and Truth:

Immerse yourself in the transformative energy of the Themis art print, a testament to justice and truth. This limited-edition hand-embellished archival pigment print on sustainable Bamboo Paper captures the spirit of Themis and Angela Davis's unwavering commitment to social justice. Each print is adorned with 24 karat gold leaf and spray paint, accentuating its intrinsic beauty and significance. Measuring 16" x 16" and limited to an edition of 10, every print is personally hand-signed and numbered by Andrea LaHue, accompanied by her unique chop mark as a mark of authenticity.

Elevate the Presentation with Museum-Quality Framing:

Enhance the visual impact of your Themis art print by opting for museum-quality framing options. Carefully curated to complement the aesthetic of the print, these frames provide a sophisticated presentation, accentuating its significance as a symbol of justice and truth.


Celebrate the convergence of myth and reality as Angela Davis embodies the divine qualities of Themis, the Greek Goddess of Divine Law and Order.


Themis is known as the Greek Goddess of divine law and order. She was brought by The Three Fates: Spinner, Allotter and Inflexible, in a golden chariot to her wedding to Zeus, to be his second wife. Themis had six daughters: three seasons and Peace, Good Order and Justice. It is said, she was the divine voice that instructed humankind on the unwritten, primal laws of human conduct via the Oracle of Delphi. Themis is often depicted with the scale of justice and sword of truth.

Angela Davis is the living American icon who embodies the Greek Goddess Themis. Born into activism, Davis’ earliest days were marred by extreme social injustice, tempered by a strong family, an intellectual mother and the time of the civil rights movement. Davis’ political involvement started when she protested racial segregation in The Girl Scouts of the United States of America. Davis went on to educate herself with some of the most brilliant philosophers of her time and came back to engage our country in social issues by being an academic, an activist, a scholar and a revolutionary. Angela Davis has tirelessly worked and written on social issues of class, feminism, race and the US prison system. Her ability to teach and speak deeply, critically and offer working solutions for these subjects, make Angela Davis a perfect

fit as Themis.

Artist: Andrea LaHue aka Random Act

Title: Themis

Edition: Hand Embellished Archival pigment print on sustainable Bamboo Paper, from an edition of 10

Medium: Embellished with 24 karat gold leaf & spray paint.

Size: 16 x 16

Markings: Hand Signed and numbered

Date: 2022

Available via for the POWHER 2022 Exhibition. Click on any picture and it will take you there.



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