Copyright Notice:
The artist retains the copyright for all works of art. Sale of the artwork does not imply transfer of copyright ownership.


Web content ©Jennifer E. Young, All rights reserved. The content on this website, including all words and images herein are my original content and protected under U.S. and International copyright laws. Nothing may be copied or downloaded without my explicit permission.

Images and written content © Jennifer E. Young, All rights reserved.


If you would like to feature one of my original images or blog content on your noncommercial website or blog, please ask permission first by contacting me. If permission is given, it will be under the condition that you include my name as an authorship credit and provide a link to my website or blog directly within, beside or beneath the image or content. Credited excerpts from my blog may be permitted, but cannot serve as the only content on an off-site blog. I do not permit full content usage. This site has an excellent explanation of internet copyright issues and acceptable use.

I retain full copyright to all of my content and my images and they cannot be applied to commercial usage in any way without my permission. Commercial usage includes, but is not limited to, blogs with ads or other income generating elements. Under no circumstances do I allow my content to be used on splogs (sites that are set up as blog farms for the sole purpose of keyword/link spamming or earning revenue from ads). If you are unsure if your use may breach my copyright, please just contact me to discuss your project. Thank you!


Re sale and Moral Rights:
The purchaser acknowledges that the artist retains all copyright, including reproduction rights, on the piece of art. No changes, including mutilation, are to be made to the art after purchase of the art without the written consent of the artist. The art is not to be shown at public exhibition without the written consent of the artist. Any sale or change of ownership must be reported to the artist so that the provenance of the piece of work may be maintained thus assuring its continued increase in value. Five percent of the gross of any such increase is payable to the artist. All international laws regarding the sale and resale of art and copyright apply