Copyright Notice/Artist Policy/Artist Protection
Copyright Notice ©2016 - 2018, all rights reserved
To protect the Image, Branding Logos, and Business Ethics of the Art of John S. Barge III, the Copyright Notice, ©2011-2018, all rights reserved, John S. Barge III reflects the exclusive ownership and intellectual creative and literary property of all Works of Art, Arts Prints, television and film projects including John S. Barge III (Artist) and the abbreviated artist's names, "ArtofJB3" or "Art of JB3."
Artist Legal Representation & Artist Management:
The Law Offices of Jamie Wright, Esq. (Entertainment Attorney) and Artist Management is Kingdom Artworks and Lyon & Kingdom represents the banner for the Legal and the Artist Representation for Artist John S. Barge III. the Art Representatives can operate in the position of Art Broker and may broker art sales, public & private commission and contracts, artist is represented in several states and (2) countries. For further correspondence contact via email at email@example.com
Artist Policy for Confidentiality Rates:
Confidentiality Rates are to be keep private and are non-refundable the day that you pay for services. These low rates are offered to clients that are operating under-budget, or an ultra low budget. Artist may offer this to repeat and reputable paying clients, and or multiple jobs and multiple tasks under one (1) contract which gives a financial ease to the Client's pockets, but this does not guarantee full custom benefits that a regular paying client would receive to the artist's 'going' rate or 'standard rate' that which he is able to create a livelihood from. Furthermore if the Artwork or Arts Project or Film Job is completed a client cannot request monies returned thereafter if you have accepted or received the art. All Contracts or Agreements are guided under the State of California, as the Artist resides in Southern California and therefore abides under the Laws of the State of California.
Furthermore, You the Client(s) understand that the cost of a 'confidential rate' is much less than the artist's 'going' rate or 'standard rate' of a public or private commissioned art, custom illustration, portrait art, logo design, mural arts, global world art project(s), and or film/video services. This is classified as a *ultra-low discounted rate and confidential rate to you the Client(s) and must not be non-disclosed to third parties as quoted here in the Artist’s Policy and an *Asterisk noted " *Artist Policy is attached to this Invoice/Agreement." If disclosure of the discounted rate or cost, the Artist will own the 'Original Art Image' created for the client and a *fee is attached to the disclosure. In some cases Artist may seek legal damages as a a disclosed low rate harms the Artist's business as he is unable to make a living. The rate is an Artist waiver to assist, support, at times clients that have new projects on low budgets, new 'basic' logo designs, or concept art for new innovative ideas and that are otherwise unable to pay top dollar for artist services. All Discounted Rate and all business agreements and contracts are governed exclusively by the State of California.
Penalty Fees for Disclosure of Artist discounted rate to third party persons:
Whatever your Rate is Artist will add the initial $200 per penalty fee and the Artist owns the full rights of the image created for the client.
Amounts under (*ultra low) under $1,500 will be $250 and Artist retains and owns the full rights to the image created for the client.
Amounts over $1,500 will be $500 and Artist retains and owns the full rights to the image created for the client.
Amounts over $5000 will be $2,500 and Artist retains and owns the full rights to the image created for the client.
If you seek Legal Action on a Confidentiality Rate from the Artist:
You must understand that you are waived on a confidential rate from seeking any 'court' or 'judicial court system,' and must seek a California Arbitration Committee in Los Angles County, or your State's, county, provinces non-judicial system that settles out of court as the 'low cost' discounted rate was a waived service from the artist charging his standard rate that you were unable to pay, therefore settling out of court with the respective arbitration committee will cut down on costs from both parties from court fees.
Artist Protection against Salacious and Negative Postings on any Social Network or Public Postings.
The Artist is an American citizen of the United States of America and is therefore protected under the Federal "Visual Artists Rights Act," or 'VARA' if you as a client are dissatisfied with the artist's production, completion of art, you may seek 'legal action' with a Judicial court system, or a 'California Arbitration Committee' for Confidentiality Rates in the Los Angeles County of our Country State of California Arbitration Committee. You must not post any Salacious, or conveying undue interest to Artist's Works of Art , vulgar, hate, indecent and or Negative Postings about the Artist. If violated Artist will seek Legal Action against the Client for defamation of character, libel, or slander which is a Civil Wrong. "Published" as damaging information against the Artist,
For Example: a painter may insist on proper attribution (posting artist credit line) of his painting, and in some instances may sue the owner of the physical painting for destroying the painting even if the owner of the painting lawfully owned it. - Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA), 17 U.S.C. § 106A
Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 (VARA), 17 U.S.C. § 106A, is a United States law granting certain rights to artists. VARA was the first federal copyright legislation to grant protection to moral rights. Under VARA, works of art that meet certain requirements afford their authors additional rights in the works, regardless of any subsequent physical ownership of the work itself, or regardless of who holds the copyright to the work. For instance, a painter may insist on proper attribution of his painting, and in some instances may sue the owner of the physical painting for destroying the painting even if the owner of the painting lawfully owned it. Although federal law had not acknowledged moral rights before this act, some state legislatures and judicial decisions created limited moral-rights protection. The Berne Convention required the protection of these rights by signatory states, and it was in response that the U.S. Congress passed the VARA.
Information of Website Links:
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Legal representation, Law Offices of J. Wright, Esq - Los Angeles, California