Some of everything from Carmela Rizzuto? Paste paper (which I've never come across before), all sorts of stamps (hers and other people's), plus a blank sheet to prod me into making some stamps. And an introduction to The Redwork Post's mailart quilt…
First of all, I want to say thank you to everyone who participated in The Philpott Lake Project and The Mail Art Experiment. I can’t thank you enough for the generosity with which you shared your art and the patience you had with me throughout the process of putting together a webpage and exhibit for each.This round, I have a vision of creating a single piece of art incorporating…See More
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.
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!
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.
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