Anchor for the Soul I, 2018,
Oil on Belgian Linen
WHAT DOES JUSTICE LOOK LIKE?
"Anchor for the Soul I" is from my series entitled “What Does Justice Look Like?” The paintings in this series are intended to start a conversation about how we envision justice in our society.
The imagery chosen includes children to represent purity and the need to teach justice in a person’s early years to effect long-term change in our cultures. The children are offering, receiving, carrying, or playing with images that embody justice and its attributes of equity, fairness, strength, rationality, faith, and the law. The vertical and horizontal lines in the pieces symbolize the connection we share across our cultures, and the unity we must share if we are to carry justice forward.
art haus for justicE
This series was birthed as part of the launch of Art Haus For Justice, a non-profit focused on ways to end injustice for victims of human trafficking and their children.