months ago. "She was emotional and personal. She was definitely an American girl and that's, you know, why I did it. But she's not political. So putting a flag behind Janis, nobody's ever done that because that's not her thing. And having her down on her knees-she's rather pleading with us, with God, with anything to ease the pain.
"It's more personal. It baffles me why the flag is behind her."
According to Slick, however, the image is not the first time predictions have crept into her work. In fact, the former front-woman of Jefferson Airplane said she's had experiences crop into lyrics and other paintings that have made her take a step back and wonder, "What the hell?"
"[It] is kind of scary for me now to draw or write because I keep doing what's either precognitive or something," she said. "I had "a car accident a long time ago, but the way it happened, I described in a song about five years before that."
And then there's the painting of a pregnant Madonna Slick said she finished weeks before the pop diva was with child.