Is it just a thing our studio's blog has had problems with, or does the IUOMA badge tend to drag a bit about the place where it's tucked? I tried numerous times to moderate the thing's position, but…Continue
Anybody care to update me as to what's what and how's how? i've never used a site quite like this one before, and all my art trading via mail had a group moderator fielding things, who acted as a…Continue
I hope this gets the attention it deserves.
I am not happy with how things are for me today here at IUOMA's ning.
For one thing, Val's mail ends up several times a day in MY inbox, not in his.
I can do nothing about this problem.
He says it all started when his email was hacked into. Since then, his private correspondence at IUOMA is being changed against his will. I am in the process of changing every password and preparing to leave the IUOMA if this problem is…Continue
The one and only IUOMA piece found this week in our mail box is from one of our Greek affiliates, Michalis Kotsaris.
It is uniquely flavored with his own brand of humor and of pathos.
The philatelic haul on the envelope is tremendously gratifying.
Come to think of it, he's my first ever Greek mail-art compatriot!
And here's the best part:
I am just wowed every time I find more IUOMA mail-art in our Studio's PO Box come Mail Call Day. This is truly a fascinating group of people.
This time out, there are several artists from our ranks whose works it is my pleasure to post here, and who certainly deserve a round of applause. One of these is Valentine Mark Herman, whose latest work came to the Studio mailbox during a flurry of activity, and thus had to wait. Today's bright grouping fits well with…Continue
I have to confess, nobody I had ever heard about has ever before been the fortunate recipient of such a fun, frolicsome bit of flotsam.
Dig this: It's a MENU. So fun and interesting, and artful all the way around.
Thank You, Val, for this lovely, inspiring and surprising extra. I really needed this little…Continue