"Hello dear Kathy, your wonderful "catapus" has arrived and I think it is absolutely gorgeous! Really fascinating work! and I am rather a fan of cats and octopuses! They are both very sly creatures and think you always manage the…"
"Welcome! I just sent a gift in an envelope! I lived in Eugene for a few years and use to go over to Florence and Newport for crabs (that sounds strange, but you know what I mean!) and just sit and draw. I love Oregon!!"
I love to send and receive art through the mail. As an art teacher for many years, I truly believe everyone is an artist; there are no mistakes in art. As Ken Robinson said. “Human talent is very diverse, but it’s also often buried. You don’t know what you’re capable of unless you get the opportunity to find out.”
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Hello dear Kathy, your wonderful "catapus" has arrived and I think it is absolutely gorgeous! Really fascinating work! and I am rather a fan of cats and octopuses! They are both very sly creatures and think you always manage the combination of different things most wonderful! Thanks you so much! And thanks for your nice letter also; I will send you something soon! Very best wishes and many many hugs from Charlotte
I don’t know which I like better, the envelope or roller baby! Now, roller baby’s articulate (d) and has that fan-flippin’-tastic strip of photos, but I absolutely fell in love with the doggy with pipe on the envelope the moment I spotted him!
I’m impressed with how much work and fun you put into your mailart. So glad you take the time to send such great stuff.
I’m afraid I have some disturbing news to pass along roller baby found the little Guy Fawkes mask I cut out and now she’s gone all political on me. I guess it was meant to be. I’ve been obsessively snipping paper late at night and a few days ago I cut out the little mask and put it on a Salvador Dali-shaped card on my bulletin board.
When I brought the mail in today , I set your envelope nearby. Next thing I knew, she was wearing the mask. It was like it was made for her; just her size. Weird!
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