Here's some neat trivia. The Columbia Pictures logo which depicts a woman in a pose reminiscent of The Statue of Liberty with the words "COLUMBIA" behind her, is the work of New Orleans artist Michael J. Deas.
Deas painted it in 1992 on commission and used a woman named Jenny Joseph from the local newspaper office as the model. Jenny was not a professional model and according to the video above has only seen the painting once.
The Columbia pictures logo hasn't changed much over the years and except for a few paint updates, Jenny's stance still remains more or less the same as the day she posed for Michael Deas.