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The images (artworks) that appear on this site, unless where specifically noted, are by Perdita Phillips and may not be removed from this site, may not be displayed anywhere else on the internet, may not be downloaded, and may not be copied or modified in any way.
Copyright FAQsWhat is copyright infringement? With artwork, copyright infringement usually means that copyrighted artwork has been displayed, modified, distributed, or reproduced, without permission from the artist (or copyright owner). Can I use your images for my project/on my website? Only if you have prior written permission from the artist, Perdita Phillips. Don’t be afraid to contact the artist, as all reasonable requests will be considered. If you see Perdy’s work being used on any other website please let her know by contacting the artist. Thanks! What if I am not selling them, then is it okay to use your images without permission? No. It is illegal to use copyrighted images, even if it is not for profit. Can I use your images if I include your copyright statement with each image? No. Images can not be used without prior written permission from the artist. Contact the artist now and find out if it is ok. I saw your images on another site without a copyright notice, can I use those images? No. An image does not have to have a copyright notice or symbol displayed with it in order to be copyrighted. What if I buy one of your images, then can I use it for my project? No. When you purchase an image, you are only purchasing the item – not the rights to reproduce it. Modifying or reproducing copyrighted artwork is considered copyright infringement and it is illegal. What happens if I get caught using copyrighted work? You will be required to stop all illegal activities, your website may be temporarily or permanently disabled, you may be sued, fined or otherwise prosecuted.
These Copyright FAQs have been modified and adapted from those freely available at www.artpromote.com