Let’s say you are a sculptor. You’ve recently completed a new piece and would like to display it publicly. You show your work for a few months at a local coffee shop (with their permission, of course!) and get great reviews. A month later, however, in a different coffee shop, you see a photograph of your sculpture, taken by another local artist, hanging on the wall. As the creator of the sculpture, the main law you should be consulting is the CopyRight Act: Section 3. This article explains that as the owner of the copyright in the sculpture, you have.