Contact Dorothia Rohner. She will know who you need
to ask for permission.
You are certainly able to talk about your experience using his
techniques. Nothing stopping you. If you are going to lift text
from his worksheets, it should be only a few short passages and
attributed to him. But the ideas in there are free for you to
interpret. Sharing workshop experiences is not going to get you in
I would think you will not have a problem getting permission to
use the images on John's sales site, especially if you offer to
put a link beside each image pointing back to the sales site.
Dorothia has been the keeper of this site. It seems to be saying
they are "out of business", but she should know if there are any
I'm finally getting my blog post
about John Cody together. A few questions popped up. I want talk
about his techniques but would that be wrong? I won't reprint
his "how to" word for word but I do want to share some of the
things I learned in his workshop. As a homage and to preserve
them for the next generation of artists.
Also, I would like to post some of
his art. Where would I got for permission for that?
What are your thoughts?