Jennifer Wallace
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Jennifer Wallace's Discussions


Started this discussion. Last reply by Jade H Mar 10. 7 Replies

Not my own project, but one I've just signed up for. It's limited to the UK, though.…Continue


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2020 03 25 started by Hilgart

More Add&Pass I need to get on with!
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Jennifer Wallace posted a photo
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Jennifer Wallace replied to res nullius aka. "res"'s discussion Mass Mailouts Advice and Tips in the group Ask Anything
"I went to a Risograph printing workshop recently (pre-lockdown) and went because I know it's a type of printing used for posters and zines. I came away realising it was probably the last time I'd ever see and use a Risograph machine…"
Jennifer Wallace commented on Ruud Janssen's group Mail-Art Projects List
"Update for the TWIN CITIES COLLAGE COLLECTIVE open call - their planned exhibition space has shut down, and it was the address they were using. Details here:"
Jennifer Wallace posted a status
"Does anyone know anything about what's happened to The Introverted Post? Tweets and a blog post in January ... but then nothing."
Jennifer Wallace replied to res nullius aka. "res"'s discussion Mass Mailouts Advice and Tips in the group Ask Anything
"Martha - That's a helpful comment about the batches. Most of what I've done has been one-off, but I'm just about to make something as a multiple and was wondering about how people might feel when they got something they'd already…"
Jennifer Wallace commented on Aca Carle's blog post Call for mail art about bodies
"Have you got a deadline for this? Where / how do you plan to show the works?"
Jennifer Wallace posted photos
Jennifer Wallace commented on Jennifer Wallace's photo

2020 03 30 - sent to Catherine (a)

"Wierdly prescient ... started in January when I took on a 12-week-cheap-deal-subscription to The Economist, and suddenly found a new source of collage material! I can't even remember what country that policeman came from and the…"
Jennifer Wallace commented on David Stafford's blog post COVID 19 and Mail Art
"Res - The information I've picked up is that it's better to leave packed items just spread out in the air if you're worried. If there's offending virus on the packaging material, it will die off for lack of host material to…"
Bradford commented on Jennifer Wallace's photo

2020 03 30 - sent to Catherine (a)

"The constable in the foreground appears to be searching for the Solway Firth spaceman."
Carien van Hest commented on Jennifer Wallace's photo
Jennifer Wallace posted a photo

2020 03 27 - sent to Sibylla Herzer

Another altered postcard, but the last in the series of the penguins in Devon.
Mar 27
Jennifer Wallace posted a photo

2020 03 26 (a) from Carien

Thank you, Carien!
Mar 27
Jennifer Wallace commented on Ruud Janssen's group Ask Anything
"I'm more optimistic about the survival of mailing systems. Online shopping has added to the need for them, for example."
Mar 27
Toni Hanner -- tonipoet commented on Jennifer Wallace's blog post Unwanted mail?
"I will often just send it on to someone that I know likes the form. And I don't think I'm "judging" it, it just isn't something I enjoy doing."
Mar 27

Profile Information

Mail-Artist since:
Started on this in September 2019, so it's now a mixture of new and starting to be something less strange?
My Website (without http://):
http://There's only this page at present
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
The ethos and ethics - and I can't be doing with making things to hang on walls, nor as a way to make money. Never got the hang of the money side of life.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
8 Whitehorse Mews,
United Kingdom

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At 7:34pm on March 19, 2020, Mail Art Martha said…

Hi Jennifer, nice of you to make contact. Funny times we are living. it will pass. The picture you sent to Katerina is superb.

At least one supermarket remains open in the United Queendom of Retailia.


At 1:29pm on February 28, 2020, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…

Thank you for the beautiful trees, landscape!


Landscape beauty from Jennifer Wallace

At 10:45pm on January 27, 2020, Jade H said…

Haha, don’t worry Jennifer, the photos you took are great anyway! Thank you!

At 4:35pm on January 20, 2020, Jade H said…

Posted a little something to you today... I forgot to take a photo of it DOH. Could you take a picture of it for me before opening, thanks Jennifer! All the best, Jade.

At 3:26am on January 17, 2020, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Jennifer...Yes, I'd like to have the 'zine with Swoon and other printmakers if you happen to have a spare copy. Many thanks!!!

At 4:40pm on January 8, 2020, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Thanks for your 'favorite' vote for the Women Artists' Cow. I could not resist the challenge. I used to be a printmaker until an accident sidelined me. SWOON was an inspiration to me too--I still try to keep up with her.

At 4:24pm on December 6, 2019, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Thanks for the Boring Postcard, Jennifer."Boring? Or simply odd?" you ask.

"Both", I think. And you might have come up with a new category: 'Boring-and-Odd Postcards".

I can understand why a Postcard of the Amsterdam Church might be of interest to someone, somewhere (and, after all, it was produced by an association of friends of the church), but why they would want to show the Church covered in scaffolding is another matter -- unless they were in the scaffolding business!

Why don't you join the Group?

Thanks again, Val

At 8:32pm on November 8, 2019, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

Dear Jennifer,
thank you for the elegant postcard made of wood. I will give it to the Museum of Moscow in the next few days. It will be a large Fund of postal art in perpetuity under the guarantee of the state. Not bad for art critics of the future.

With gratitude, Ilya

At 3:40pm on November 8, 2019, Cascadia Artpost said…

A good source for perforated paper is Bill Porter in CO. Check out the offerings of Olathe Poste at, or write him at The Olathe Poste, PO Box 707, Olathe, CO 81425-0707.

At 7:59am on October 24, 2019, Tabatha said…

Thanks for the info someone wrote needs 45 cents and marked the stamp. So it must been the thickness. Thanks! 

Jennifer Wallace's Blog

Unwanted mail?

Posted on March 23, 2020 at 1:22pm 17 Comments

What do you do with ADD&PASS with content that's not conventionally offensive, but is so far outside your own world of interests that you just don't want to participate? Without being rude.

3-scrap collages from Nancy Bell Scott

Posted on March 21, 2020 at 6:58pm 3 Comments

Four of Nancy's collage pieces arrived in my mail this week - and I'm just gazing at them, loving them. The combination of torn fragments, the asemic marks - these are something special for me, Nancy. I'm fairly new to collage as a medium, as a form (compared to drawing and printmaking), but I've now been looking at enough to start to see what really excites me, and these do. Of the four, the one with the red circles is definitely my favouritist.

Can I recommend Nancy's blog…


Pandemic effects

Posted on March 11, 2020 at 7:09pm 1 Comment

In my local post office today, I asked when the next special issue stamps would be coming out. The next UK ones will feature James Bond, but they said they're wondering if - like the premier of the new film - the issue of stamps will be postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic (WHO officially changed to that status today). 'No Time To Die' should have been released in April, but it'll now come out in November - by which time all too many more people will actually have died from this! It…



Posted on January 31, 2020 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

A double-sided collage sent off in an envelope made out of a sheet of acetate. The address side, the 'Coloured Gravure Lettercard' is scanned from one my grandfather' souvenirs of a holiday in Cornwall, I think from the 1950s, but it could have been 10 or 20 years earlier.…




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