Justice. Drawing by Sima Wewetzer

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Drawing: Ballpoint Pen, Charcoal, Ink, Marker, Paper on Paper.

My twin sister is getting a divorce for 11 years . It is a big surprise. Yes, her husband is a billionaire and he was able to get away with so many frauds, because he has money. The tear is in my eyes and my heart for years. My sister end up with nothing, yes with zero after 48 years of marriage . How could this happen except unjust ice . With her broken heart and mine i came up with this idea to draw sketch of a little women holding the scale of justice which the wind took it in the sky. One side of the scale is full of dollars and heavy stays down and the one has no money and empty is light and goes all the way up. I want to say, yes, money talks. Our system needs to be fixed. This is a sketch on a large water color paper and i used pencil, ink, and marker. I emphasized the word Justice all over, sometimes upside down, and the word ( No More Abuse) all over and sometimes upside down. I hope one day this art work works some how to help abused women, and one day , somehow, someone fix the system that works with money and protect the innocents and honest people.




Sima Wewetzer

United States


Size: 24 W x 36 H x 2 in

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