“The purpose of having boundaries is to protect and take care of ourselves.  We need to be able to tell other people when they are acting in ways that are not acceptable to us.  A first step is starting to know that we have a right to protect and defend ourselves.  That we have not only the right, but the duty to take responsibility for how we allow others to treat us.”

For a long time I’ve found it very hard and even “not nice” to say no, or even make someone else feel bad. In fact I think that was a learned behavior. It turns out that I was the one that felt the worst when these situations came up. I recently had an occasion to really think about this and set some of my own very strict boundries.

“Boundries” is a reduction linocut print. I love the color yellow, especially a mustard color. 

Image size: 9″ x 12″

Edition of 12

Comes mounted on an acid free foamcore and packaged in an archival vinyl sleeve for mailing.


1 plate 3 color reduction linoleum print. 
Printed on Rives BFK printmaking paper with oil based inks.


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