I've never been very good at keeping secrets, so the past few months have been really hard for me. But the secret's out. My husband and I are excited to announce that Digital Art Quirks is now a Kentucky corporation.
When Maya formed DAQ several years ago, she had a vision of creating a home where digital artists and scrappers could gather to exchange information and ideas in a supportive environment. As the new owners of Digital Art Quirks, Barry and I are looking forward to supporting and expanding on that vision.
Barry will be handling the business end of things; my son Grant is going to helping with all things technical; and I'll still be around, functioning as the site's cheerleader.
Right now, we're in the middle of switching the site from the server in Toronto to one here in Kentucky. If you notice a few glitches in the next few weeks or so, please bear with us. We'll get all the technical issues worked out as soon as possible.
You won't be noticing many changes to the content of the site. The gallery and forums will continue to function as they have in the past. The store will remain closed until the spring, when we'll be unveiling some exciting new products of interest to artists and scrappers alike.
In the meantime, come visit us at DAQ. Join us for a challenge, browse the gallery, or just drop in to chat. I know I'm biased, but I don't think you'll find a more talented, generous or welcoming group of artists anywhere else.