Pinsent Masons Hosts Artist Isobel Williams' Supreme Court Drawings

09 Dec 2014 | 10:05 am |

International law firm Pinsent Masons is hosting an exhibition of artist Isobel Williams' drawings of the UK Supreme Court at its London headquarters. Available to view until the end of January 2015, the collection of drawings depicts Isobel's vision of how the uninitiated visitor interprets the court room.

With the court’s permission, Williams sketches in the public seats, capturing a range of colourful, creative and pensive representations of the hearings. She adds another dimension to her work through her blog about the cases, from Nicklinson (the ‘right to die’ case) to the recent hearing about The Prince of Wales’s confidential memos to government departments.

Isobel Williams says: "The Supreme Court is an environment where emotions are inspired yet cauterised at the same time by the legal process. I try to free my imagination to provide a humane counterpoint, in pictures and words, to experts’ commentary on the technicalities."

David Isaac, Partner at Pinsent Masons says: "I have been fascinated by images of the court room and Isobel's work is particularly interesting because she is capturing the Supreme Court. As a firm that does so much contentious work, Pinsent Masons is especially pleased to host this exhibition."

Thirty of Williams' drawings are currently available to view at Pinsent Masons, 30 Crown Place, Earl Street, London EC2A 4ES.

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