Jayne Barket Lyons
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  • Lakeville, MN
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From: Petrolpetal (0031-0220)

Posted on March 28, 2020 at 10:56pm 0 Comments

It's awfully annoying to get mail that's been butchered by the postal service - especially a piece of mail art.



​Well, you know what they say, "Sh*t Happens!" Yes, it does happen, but you can't help thinking about the time and care that went into making the mail…

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From: Ed Giecek (0022-0120)

Posted on March 17, 2020 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

We can always count on getting Add & Pass sheets from mail artist Ed Giecek.  Most times Ed includes at least one or two sheets that he's created. Who can miss the all-too-familiar "Frum the desk of ed!" at top, or a large stamped image (Ed's own hand carved stamp) that adorns the page.

Ed's recent…

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Add and Pass Sheets Come Back Home

Posted on March 9, 2020 at 1:05am 0 Comments

Some mail artists cringe at the mention of Add & Pass sheets. Others are delighted to receive them, and at times may even volunteer to take some from mail artists who are burdened with piles of them.

A&Ps are okay by me - they're fun, but my turnaround time is pretty bad. I tend to let them stack up. Months may go by…

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From: Maria E. Quiroga (0024-0120)

Posted on February 12, 2020 at 10:32pm 0 Comments

The end of January brought mail art from a new correspondent, Maria E. Quiroga (Buenos Aires, Argentina).



Maria sent an awesome collage (approx. 8 1/4" x 5 3/4").



Many thanks,… Continue
 

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Profile Information

Mail-Artist since:
February 2018
My Website (without http://):
http://mailartbyjayne.weebly.com/
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
It's Mighty Fun!

I like vintage valentines, greeting cards and all kinds of ephemera. I'm cool with anything - vintage images, pop art, humor or anything you’d like to send me.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
Jayne B. Lyons
THE LYONS' DEN
P. O. Box 1043
Lakeville, MN 55044
U.S.A.

jayneblyons@gmail.com

Latest Activity

Jayne Barket Lyons left a comment for Petrolpetal
"Hi Petrolpetal - Thanks for the mail art. It landed in early February, but it came damaged! Read my blog post: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/profiles/blogs/from-petrolpetal-0031-0220"
Mar 28
Jayne Barket Lyons posted a blog post

From: Petrolpetal (0031-0220)

It's awfully annoying to get mail that's been butchered by the postal service - especially a piece of mail art. ​Well, you know what they say, "Sh*t Happens!" Yes, it does happen, but you can't help thinking about the time and care that went into making the mail art. …See More
Mar 28
Elise Jacob joined Jayne Barket Lyons's group
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A Touch of Vintage

Are you drawn to vintage magazines, photos and ephemera? Do you tend to incorporate vintage and retro elements into your art? Do you find yourself buying vintage inspired materials at your favorite arts and crafts store? If so, this group is for you!See More
Mar 25
Jayne Barket Lyons posted a blog post

From: Ed Giecek (0022-0120)

We can always count on getting Add & Pass sheets from mail artist Ed Giecek.  Most times Ed includes at least one or two sheets that he's created. Who can miss the all-too-familiar "Frum the desk of ed!" at top, or a large stamped image (Ed's own hand carved stamp) that adorns the page.Ed's recent mailing to me (received in late January) includes three Add and Pass…See More
Mar 17
Carien van Hest commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
Mar 17
Jayne Barket Lyons commented on Ilya Semenenko-Basin's blog post The virus
"Good discussion. As far as mail art goes - it's business as usual for me. I trust that the mail will be fine. With that said - stay safe everybody!"
Mar 17
Carien van Hest commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"Source: Lewis & Wood Viny wallcovering 'Calligraphy'"
Mar 17
Carien van Hest commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"I cannot tell you anything about this illustration. I searched for vintage on a free database website and found this gorgeous lady. I cannot detect anything about the handwriting, except that it looks very old...."
Mar 17
Nancy Bell Scott commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"Yes, that's a lovely piece, Carien. The old handwriting seemed unique enough to each person to be a fingerprint. And the surviving examples are all so graceful. Could everyone have been graceful? In handwriting it seems they were! "
Mar 17
Lani Burshtein commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"Is anyone interested in swapping art with me? I have lots of free time now because of coronavirus."
Mar 17
Lani Burshtein joined Jayne Barket Lyons's group
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A Touch of Vintage

Are you drawn to vintage magazines, photos and ephemera? Do you tend to incorporate vintage and retro elements into your art? Do you find yourself buying vintage inspired materials at your favorite arts and crafts store? If so, this group is for you!See More
Mar 17
Jayne Barket Lyons commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"Carien van Hest - I love the piece you shared. Tell us about it, please."
Mar 17
Jayne Barket Lyons commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
"We're up to 34 members!! Let's welcome our newest members: Crystal S., Carien van Hest, Richard Baudet, Nancy Bell Scott, Katerina Nikoltsou, Kayenderes, and Kristin Maki Hermanny. So glad you joined!"
Mar 17
Carien van Hest commented on Jayne Barket Lyons's group A Touch of Vintage
Mar 16
Kristen Maki Hermanny joined Jayne Barket Lyons's group
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A Touch of Vintage

Are you drawn to vintage magazines, photos and ephemera? Do you tend to incorporate vintage and retro elements into your art? Do you find yourself buying vintage inspired materials at your favorite arts and crafts store? If so, this group is for you!See More
Mar 15
Jayne Barket Lyons posted a blog post

Add and Pass Sheets Come Back Home

Some mail artists cringe at the mention of Add & Pass sheets. Others are delighted to receive them, and at times may even volunteer to take some from mail artists who are burdened with piles of them.A&Ps are okay by me - they're fun, but my turnaround time is pretty bad. I tend to let them stack up. Months may go by until I get around to adding to and passing them…See More
Mar 9

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At 11:17pm on February 19, 2020, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

I am very grateful for your publication.
I enjoyed working with these incredible money bills!..

At 11:31am on January 8, 2020, Sabela Baña said…

I´m happy you have received very thanks

At 6:30pm on December 15, 2019, Petrolpetal said…

Mail out!

At 8:20am on November 14, 2019, Mary Anne said…

I have tried to send an answer to your question (mail art animal) but cant find your site on my infernal machine and I guess I am too late.  never mind . . .

At 9:29am on October 3, 2019, Mary Anne said…

Well done Jayne; a worthy addition to the project. 

I find it interesting to see that, within the project, there is a good selection of hand made and computer made; single stamps and large sheets, old Yoko and the young.  If it had all been planned, from the start, as a type of sample or showcase as to what artistamps are all about, it couldn't have been better.

There is a good chance now that the documentation will be done earlier than I thought; maybe before Xmas instead of after.  When it is all done and dusted I will post it here on IUOMA.  Maybe it will stir up some enthusiasm and encourage a few more small projects. 

An atistamp project is not the easiest because stamp makers work in editions and large multiples and so are not much interested in doing one off, themed designs that are maybe outside of their usual interest. but I think the effort has been well worth the making.

Many thanks for joining in.

At 2:09pm on September 6, 2019, res nullius aka. "res" said…

Thank you for your friendship.

At 5:13am on August 22, 2019, Jeremy Ng said…

Hi Jayne, I mailed a card to De Villo Sloan a while ago and left him a comment this morning to ask if he has received it. This is his reply:

"idk - send a written query to Jayne Lions. Very important: Mark "Attention Dw/" Indicate to Jayne to contact me on FB (after 11 pm ETS please). Instruct Jane to send you a card."

Thanks

At 4:07am on June 6, 2019, Cherub Ayers said…

Hello! Thank you for adding me as a friend. I look forward to trading with you. I will get something in the mail for you within the next few days!

At 6:09pm on May 25, 2019, Mark Rossmiller said…

If you would like this made into a rubber stamp, please let me know and I will help you.

At 10:39pm on April 16, 2019, Toni Hanner -- tonipoet said…

Jayne Wow your mail art package revived my spirits so much this morning -- took a C- day and shot it up to at least a B+. I love all the little bits and pieces. Especially the soda bottle with the poppy stamp! I am half way through my healing, according to the docs. Mail art speeds it up! Thank you!

 
 
 

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