Dorothy Ann Morris
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  • Carmarthenshire
  • United Kingdom
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Mail-Artist since:
3rd September 2011
My Website (without http://):
http://www.dorothymorris.co.uk
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
To become more involved in the international art scene.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
Dorothy_Morris@hotmail.com

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Dorothy Morris
9 Eva Terrace
Ferryside
Carmarthen
SA175TD
UK

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At 10:09pm on September 26, 2011, Carla Cryptic said…

Dorothy, I was over at Patricio's page and noticed you asked about what kind of art work to send as mail art - it's totally free in terms of style, technique, medium, etcetera, as long as it can be sent legally through the postal system.  I myself draw and paint, make photographic art, digital painting and drawing as well as old school tools, but my main work is either drawing or making prints from my softblock carvings.  I turn these into postcards, artistamps (some people call it faux postage but I focus more on the art aspect I'd say), collage pieces (add and pass projects), etcetera.  A lot of mail artists do paper (magazine photos and ephemera) or rubber stamp collage because it's part of the way mail art developed between the 70's and 80's.  Some mail artists aren't trained artists, some are.  Those who are just mix in with everyone else. :D  To see some of what I mean, come have a look at a couple of online shows I can point you to.  One is my Euphemisms for Marriage mail art show (held in conjunction with my wedding reception - made sense because I'd been doing mail art for decades by then) and the other is called My Everyday Object, a really wonderful show hosted recently by Polifemo in Milan. I suggest these two shows because they show the breadth of art which can come together in a mail art context.  Enjoy!  :D

 

 

At 4:29pm on September 25, 2011, Louise Kiner said…
Welcome to the IUOMA, Dorothy! I'll see you in the mail:)
At 3:17am on September 23, 2011, Mim Golub Scalin said…
Welcome to the Union, Dorothy Ann. Enjoy the exchange of mail art with artist all around the world. It's such fun. If you'd like to exchange with me, my address is on my IUOMA page, and I'll send something back to you, if you send me YOUR address.
At 11:19am on September 20, 2011, Caroline Krabbe said…

Dear Dorothy, your postcard arrived yesterday. It is very nice. Thank you so much!

Have a nice day.

Regards from Caroline

At 2:22am on September 20, 2011, Carla Cryptic said…

There's a lot going on it's true but just take everything a bit at a time and you'll be fine! :D

 

Carla

At 12:31am on September 20, 2011, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…
Yes this is big and fantastic but.  Yes, an excellent place to be. Unclear yet? I´m ready when you are! 
At 10:30pm on September 5, 2011, Patricio - The Celestial Scribe said…

03rd September 2011??? Uahahahaha!!!  A  reasonable way for you to become more and more involved in the international scene is to write an envelope as follows:

The Celestial Scribe

Av. Paraná, 1489 apto. 1004

Curitiba-PR

825210-000

Brazil

I look forward to see your piece on my mailbox.  Yes!, I will do my homework after receiving yours.  That’s a celestial promise.  I´m Patricio,  The Celestial Scribe.

At 9:22am on September 4, 2011, Carla Cryptic said…
 
 
 

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