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Email – use a sensible heading so I know you’re not spam! –
fi at wherefishsing.com
Phone – this is a mobile/cell#. Leave a message if I don’t answer. I return calls to real people –
+61 434 957 718
Post – good old fashioned snail mail –
PO Box 100
WhereFishSing 65 673 572 433
First things first, all spammers are evil and should be strung up
by their naughty bits.
I use MailChimp to manage my email newsletter because they are a reputable business that sticks to compliance of the CAN-SPAM Act 2003. This means I can only have your email on my newsletter list with your explicit permission and there is an instant unsubscribe link provided at the bottom of every newsletter email automagically.
I don’t share your personal information with anyone except if I’m forced to in order to comply with the law, or protect my rights. In other words, over my dead body. You’re welcome.
My work is licenced under Creative Commons. Why? Read this post.
What does this mean? Most importantly it DOES NOT mean you are free to do as you like with my work or that I am easygoing about the unauthorised use of my copyright. You have been warned. If in doubt, ask me. My contact details are above.
What this particular licence (Creative Commons
Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License) authorizes you to do is as follows:
- Share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work
- Remix – to adapt the work
Under the following conditions:
- Attribution – You must attribute the work to ‘Fiona Morgan of
WhereFishSing.com’ and provide a live link back to http://www.wherefishsing.com in any digital distribution media that you are using for the work
- Noncommercial – You may NOT use this work for commercial purposes
- Share Alike – If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one
A common misconception with art is the belief that if you buy the painting you are also buying the copyright as well. This is not so. It is akin to buying a CD and assuming you may now use the contained music any way you wish.
I retain copyright of all my artworks and this is detailed on the sale receipt. That is, owning the physical artwork DOES NOT transfer copyright of the image of the artwork in question. Use of the image if you own the physical artwork is still covered by the terms of the (Creative Commons
Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International License) detailed above.