All images, artwork, digital images and workshop materials are the property of Roberta M Laliberté. I do not permit any unauthorized use or sharing of any of the intellectual property found on this site without my written consent.
All digital images are covered by a fair use/angel policy wherein you are permitted to print and use purchased images for your own personal use. Purchase of images does not grant rights to re-sell or distribute with or without monetary gain. Any craft or art items created using images sold and distributed through this website can be sold as long as they are an original, one of a kind completed piece of art or craft. Selling un-colored images or copying for the purpose of distribution in any form is not permitted.
I have created a Q&A regarding workshops:
Can I share the workshop content?
These are private courses for those that have paid, I gently ask that you please respect me and everyone who has paid for the course and not share the links/passwords. Thank you.
Can I sell my work created during the workshop?
Of course you can!
Can I share my work on my blog?
ABSOLUTELY! I would love that! Please do keep in mind sharing the process would be sharing class content though, so I ask that you use your judgement about what is appropriate to share. If you are a hashtagger on instagram or twitter etc. if you could hashtag your posts #prairiefairystudios that would be great!
Can I offer workshops based on the techniques shared in your workshop?
I kindly ask that you wouldn’t. Please understand that it can take years for an artist to develop techniques, hours and hours to plan, film, edit and upload their materials with website costs, video hosting fees etc. Just imagine how it would feel if you put your heart and soul into something wonderful to share and someone else claimed it as their own.
Can I write an article for publication on techniques used during this course?
Please use good judgment when considering doing so. If you do, take what you learn from what I offer and mold it into your own original ideas. Many techniques have been around for centuries and nobody owns them. If you take several techniques, use them in a specific order to create a consistent look, then you have made those techniques your own.