"Cuan, the term "red letter day" was invented for days when I get mail art from you. Thank you so much for the big wonderful batch of mail art: ATC's and altered PC's. The piece with the Kafka quote is especially gorgeous. I…"
Cuan, the term "red letter day" was invented for days when I get mail art from you. Thank you so much for the big wonderful batch of mail art: ATC's and altered PC's. The piece with the Kafka quote is especially gorgeous. I really don't know how you do it. Your handmade envelope is also really cool! Thank you again for the Pigeon Post!
Cuan, you are an amazing mail artist. Thank you for this big batch of ATC's and postcards. As always, your work is incredibly layered and deep -- I could look at it forever. I especially love the card that had a "real" letter on it that you half covered over with your work. Layers and layers. Thanks again! You inspire me.
Dear Cuan -- I had surgery yesterday (very successfully) and arrived back home today to find you fabulous mail art package! I'm so glad your's was the first thing I received upon coming home. As I've said before, your work is profound and rewards serious attention. I enjoy all the different sizes and materials very much. And, I know (because I Googled it) that the poem is an Elton John reference, but did you write it? I like it very much -- I can't rhyme worth squat. anyway, gonna go start lying on the couch, which I expect to be my chief occupation for the next couple of weeks. Thanks again!
Thank you very, very much, Cuan, for your wonderful mail art, beautiful birds!
They have traveled a long time, but finally landed safely in my mailbox today. I'll scan and post them in my RWA blog later (probably coming weekend). So beautiful, thank you!!!
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