Billie Jean King is one of the greatest women’s tennis players of all time, advocate for gender equality, and pioneer for equality and social justice. Founder of the Women’s Tennis Association and the Women’s Sports Foundation. She also kicked Bobby Riggs arse during the “Battle of the Sexes” in 1973
Abstract fluid painting created with layers of alcohol ink, acrylic ink, and *extra* metallic shimmer – life is better when you add a little sparkle.
The entire Fiercely Feminine Collection embodies strength and confidence. Soft pastel colors accented with bold intense colors tells the complex and beautiful story of each female hero. Each piece represents a woman in history with a story- a story of courage, strength, and determination.
ART- 5” X 7” alcohol ink and acrylic ink on medium weight, 140 lb synthetic paper
MAT- 8” X 10” conveniently fits into a standard size frame, so that framing is easy and convenient for you.
*frame not included
All work is sealed with varnish and uv protection spray.
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