Could you imagine being one of the women of impact?
Happy Reflection Portrait Hillary Clinton, Artist Carola Pavlik
Happy Reflection Portrait Hillary Clinton, Artist Carola Pavlik
Title Reflection of Cleverness, 2013
“Probably my worst quality is that I get very passionate about  what I think is right.”
Artist Carola Pavlik (1978)
Medium Highly reflective sustainable material, Acrylic paint, fabric  and  Swarovski crystals on synthetic material
Year 2013
Size 103 x 103 x 3 cm
Colors Green, blue
Sales sheet portraits.pdf
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As first lady, she changed the face of the modern women’s movement at the 1995 U.N. women’s conference in Beijing, proclaiming that “women’s rights are human rights, and human rights are women’s rights.” As senator and secretary of state, she managed to put women’s rights at the forefront of U.S. foreign policy. Through the Clinton Global Initiative, she continued her tireless efforts for women and girls empowerment across the globe. If her 2016 presidential bid is successful, she will become the most powerful woman in the world,- perhaps even world history. Safe to say Hillary Clinton’s global impact on women is nearly unparalleled.

Date of birth October 26th, 1947. Illinois, Chicago
Education Wellesley college, Yale law school, Yale child study  centre
Occupation Women’s rights activist, U.S. first lady, Government Official

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