Scientifically accurate seems reasonably straight forward, but I'm interested in what criteria they use to decide if it is Fine Art. Must it show stylistic or thematic development from current wildlife art?
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On 10/26/15 11:28 PM, Will Smith wrote:
> Scientifically accurate fine art? Who decides what fits into this category?
> Will Smith
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