Dedicated to the child abuse in school.
You all knew at least one '' her '' through life. In school benches, down the hallways, on the playgrounds. She was never among those who stood out. They always push her on the side. They laughed at her for spoken and unspoken words. It was like they were punishing her for not being loud as them. And nothing was ever clear to her. Doesn't punishment happen when you do something wrong? Isn't punishment a parental job?
She stood aside until the end. It was desperately easier than giving sweat to fit in. It was a lesson that she never understood. You must fit in? And you have no damn idea why. And who ever said that this is how it should be?
I'm a Fine Art and Conceptual Self-Portrait Artist. In love with surrealism. The best part about it - It's destructive, it destroys limited visions.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.