"Yes to the voice recognition -- voices -- and you're very welcome, KDJ. If I could leave brown envelopes behind, I could go incognito, but can't. So far. May your "soon back to the art room" come true."
"Thank you, Debra--you noticed what has become my favorite part of working with old paper. The edges. And thanks for your lovely mailart, stitched so that it seems part book and part postcard. Very interesting! I'll reply soon."
"The familiar Red Bull is a shock. I love Azzaro's original caption. First crushed cans from Hamburg since 2013 recently arrived in Maine. Many O.K. cans, black+white, pink+white, and others. 30-40 were smushed into a rather small, flat box -- I…"
Nancy Bell! What a loverly surprise to find your envelope in my mail box. I knew it was yours immediately. Isn't it interesting how we can recognize the "voice" of our mail art pals? Loved the beautiful little three-scrappers. They make me want to get back to my happy art fun room--soon, soon, soon. Thanks so much.
Wow, Nancy -- thank you so much for the 3-scrapper! Your work is just completely amazing. I love the text (which I have to try to read) and the layers of torn paper, the ink and paint--everything about these is wonderful. Your envelope is groovy, too. And Happy Birthday!
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