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Re: Re: Iris registry?

  You don't need permission to paint any flower that you see growing or 
photograph yourself.  Even one on the internet (unless you actually projected 
the image ) would okay to paint from because its your rendetion of a flower 
in comerce.
  Just as you can photograph people on the street, you're not misrepresting 

 You only need permission  from the actual  original photographer, if you 
want to project and copy the total design.  However if your painting comes 
out good, paint another and let the Hybridizer of the flower see a picture of 
the painting, you may find they want to buy it. After all its one of their 
                      Happy painting!! ~Diane

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