[Clayart] Is your website stamped on your work?

joel ciulla joelciulla at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 16:22:39 EST 2017


Thanks Ron :)

On Fri, Jan 6, 2017 at 1:01 PM, <ronroy at ca.inter.net> wrote:

> Well said Joel,
>
> I for one will put whatever I want on the bottom of my pots.
>
> RR
>
>
> Quoting joel ciulla <joelciulla at gmail.com>:
>
> Hi Owen and everyone else,
>>
>> This is 2017 and I believe Owen has the right idea.
>> A website is considered an address these days and, quite frankly,
>> shouldn't his "website" on the bottom be considered HIS "mark"?
>>
>> If we want to get real silly about it,
>> maybe someone should post the rules that ALL potters must follow.
>>
>> Such as:
>>
>> Rule #1 :
>> Any marks on the bottom of an "artists" work will be made only with a
>> stick
>> and
>> any other mark making device such as a rubber stamp, plaster mold, etc...
>> will be considered a violation with severe penalties.
>>
>> Rule #2 :
>> If any artist makes a profit from their work, it will be considered a
>> violation with severe penalties.
>>
>> etc...
>>
>> My point is, why can't we just create whatever we want and respect what
>> others do?
>>
>> Best regards,
>>
>> Joel Ciulla
>>
>> --
>> Joel Ciulla
>> joelciulla at gmail.com
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> Ron Roy
> ronroy at ca.inter.net
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