Tips for Members
Some things can get confusing, or maybe you're new to the process here at Dry Canyon Arts Association. This page is dedicated to helping you, our members, navigate the confusion and become successful during your time with us.
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Artists spend so much time creating their art but often don’t pay enough attention to a very important part of the process: photographing the work. A good photograph offers the first impression of your art and your professionalism.
The DCAA website has a ‘Member Artists’ page where members are listed. Members can choose to add a link next to their name that directs people to your own website so the public can learn more about you, your art, and have a way to contact you.
Gridwall panels are a nice option to display your art. One panel can
stand alone or connect multiple gridwall panels to display a large
selection of art pieces.
This from master salesperson Bill Hunt. His emails to you bounced back. Bill has put so much content in his 10 trips, it's sure to be helpful to all.
An artist statement is an artist’s written description of their work. The brief text supports their own work to give the reader understanding.
Change the text and make it your own. Click here to begin editing.
Do you have a tip that can help your fellow DCAA members? Write it up and send it to Media@DryCanyonArts.org so we can share it with the DCAA family