“I am not afraid that the book will be controversial, I'm afraid it will not be controversial.”
-Mary Flannery O’Connor
She wrote about racism in a time when it was considered normal. She wrote about religion in a time of great faith. She wrote about the hard truth that she saw in her own day to day. In a world where women had a label and that label was strictly kept to, Flannery O’Connor tore hers asunder and spat in the face of conformity.
This linocut print is not for the faint of heart. No less true of its subject. The vibrant peacock inked colors will draw the attention in any room, and evoke pride that only comes to those making a difference in the world – no matter the cost.
image size: 5½ " X 6 ¾ "
paper size: 7¾ " X 9¾"
Handpulled linocut print, signed by artist, water-based inks, 100% heavy, cotton paper
Print backed with firm acid free cardstock and in a sealed cello-bag
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