Art fair patrons have a right to be assured that...
•what they are purchasing was indeed made by the artist with his or her own hands;
•that it did not come from another country, or a third-party wholesaler, or any other place other than the artist's own studio or workplace;
•that the materials used to make the artwork are the finest available, and should a problem arise, the artist will, in good faith, attempt to resolve the issue as quickly and as fairly as possible; and that
•the work is the result of the artist's own ideas and ingenuity, and was not appropriated or copied from any other source.
In short, the art fair patron has the right to know that the artwork he/she is buying is a true, original work of art.