Question: I sell original wood sculptures. What rights does a buyer get?
Answer: Assuming it’s protected under copyright law, a customer acquires the limited right to display the wood carving at home (though not in a museum) and to lend it, rent it, and re-sell it (and in some cases, to destroy it—although certain fine art crafts works such as sculptures and limited edition prints and photographs are exempt from this rule. The customer cannot make copies or otherwise reproduce it. You control all copyright in the work .