Marilyn Monroe
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WOW Teresa @Teresa Pękul, what can I possibly say about this incredible artistic creation...it's gorgeous!! But not only that, you've taken this up a level with creating the face of Marilyn Monroe with colorful dots (reminds me so clearly of the pointelism (sp) painting technique from centuries ago. Stunningly beautiful, as always my dear ❤️❤️

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

WOW Teresa @Teresa Pękul, what can I possibly say about this incredible artistic creation...it's gorgeous!! But not only that, you've taken this up a level with creating the face of Marilyn Monroe with colorful dots (reminds me so clearly of the pointelism (sp) painting technique from centuries ago. Stunningly beautiful, as always my dear ❤️❤️

@Cookies Fantastique by Carol dziękuję za piękne słowa, jest mi bardzo miło ❤️ 

@Teresa Pękul, This is extraordinarily detailed work - well done. However, I do have to ask if the source artwork that you used for Marilyn's face is yours, or someone else's. If yours, more power to you!  If someone else's, you need to seek that artist's permission and credit them here (in your post caption and tags) per US copyright law and site rules. Please let me know. If you did not get permission to use another person's work, then you have two options: (1) Get it and post it under your post with a link back to the original artist's work, or (2) remove this image from the site. Thanks for understanding and adhering to site rules.

Julia M. Usher posted:

@Teresa Pękul, This is extraordinarily detailed work - well done. However, I do have to ask if the source artwork that you used for Marilyn's face is yours, or someone else's. If yours, more power to you!  If someone else's, you need to seek that artist's permission and credit them here (in your post caption and tags) per US copyright law and site rules. Please let me know. If you did not get permission to use another person's work, then you have two options: (1) Get it and post it under your post with a link back to the original artist's work, or (2) remove this image from the site. Thanks for understanding and adhering to site rules.

https://www.quercettistore.com...oads/quercetti-art/9

Here I downloaded a file that is public (free), if it's not enough I will delete the job.

Teresa Pękul posted:
Julia M. Usher posted:

@Teresa Pękul, This is extraordinarily detailed work - well done. However, I do have to ask if the source artwork that you used for Marilyn's face is yours, or someone else's. If yours, more power to you!  If someone else's, you need to seek that artist's permission and credit them here (in your post caption and tags) per US copyright law and site rules. Please let me know. If you did not get permission to use another person's work, then you have two options: (1) Get it and post it under your post with a link back to the original artist's work, or (2) remove this image from the site. Thanks for understanding and adhering to site rules.

https://www.quercettistore.com...oads/quercetti-art/9

Here I downloaded a file that is public (free), if it's not enough I will delete the job.

Great, thanks for referencing your art source. This image is fine.

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