Here are the finalists:
"Lady in Green"
This portrait by the Spanish artist Pancho Picasso underlines the subtle message that in 200 years we will all be dead, so what difference does anything really make?
"Rags to Riches"
This work by the Italian artist, Leo Di Vinci, reminds us that in America, if you are married to a president, you can rise from the lowest station in life.
Above we see Hillary as she makes another college speech.
This entry from the Egyptian artist, Sheikh al Sharmota, shows us just how popular Hillary is in the Middle East.
The above entry from American artist Willy Whitman shows us that in spite of all her "accomplishments", Hillary is human after all as she takes a tumble boarding her State Department plane. Did somebody get that license plate?
Above we see Hillary reacting in righteous indignation at some injustice somewhere in the world.
"Long lost friend"
In the above drawing by the German artist, Dick Durer, we see Hillary recognizing an old friend in the audience, some hack she hadn't seen in three days.
Above, we see Hillary somewhere in Middle America listening to some farmer talk about the price of beets as she pays rapt attention. Unfortunately, the artist failed to capture her nodding as well.
In this private moment captured by the French artist Pierre du Artiste we see Hillary on her cell phone
"An intimate moment"
In this priceless portrait, the artist captures the deep love between Hillary and her husband.
And finally, in this work submitted by Yours Truly, we see Hillary at her most modest. This was taken on the occasion of Hillary being selected as the Fousesquawk Jerk of the Year for 2012.
Which one will you vote for?