Thank you very much,…Continue
Where were you in the 80's? This question seems to be going around the website quite a bit. First one must try to remember the 80's, and then try to come up with a return Mail Art reply to Val. The pressure is on once again.
In the year of HM the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, things are not all cut up to be as one sees on the tele (TV).…Continue
Added by Dean aka Artist in Seine on September 28, 2012 at 3:18pm — No Comments
So you say you have never seen a fork ee ping in touch before. Well you are in for a delightful surprise. It looks like a spoon only with bar codes on it. Great went used with eating Greek yogart.
Some daze in Athens. The Greek stone cold girls.…Continue
Just the smallest of packages, has the BIGGEST of wonders!
Of course, one must find a way to open it
without destroying the OH,ERNI gang:
Inside...a box, red and white...…Continue
Oh yes I remember you. You were the first skiier that Carina sent me. And now you are here again with all your friends. One can never have too many skiiers on Mail Art. For those of you who did not go the Finnishing school, the cartoon says: "inch by inch they penetrate the valley" "just quietly…Continue
Your mailart is a wonderful expression of EIPHNH (PEACE). Thank you.
Blue is my favorite color. Your beautiful painting/artwork reminds me of relaxing walks in nearby parks. This past weekend I went for a walk with my family at Kensington Metropark and enjoyed a few hours of the sights & sounds of nature surrounding Kensington Lake. There's…Continue
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An amazing card from Stephen arrived in Greece and it is a joy to behold:
And greeting in Greek! Thank…Continue
BLUE...what a revelation! I never realized that the INSIDE
of the blue/white Greek envelopes that i send out ....are colored BLUE?
But Samuel knows and turned my envelope inside-out
and returned it...full of his wonderful…Continue
Your mailart blends so many ideas/details/influences into one piece. You have an excellent ability to connect with many levels of one's being.
The experience begins with an olfactory sensation of warmth & congeniality, details on the envelope bring England, France, Germany & USA to mind, next Japanese washi tape & a handwritten note get ones attention, a loquacious…Continue
When I was in college years ago I did a summer internship in Raleigh. I love that whole area. The rolling hills, friendly people & clean city are a big thumbs up in my book. The ambiance there is very relaxed while also has a rich diversity of people/talent. Did you live there? or on vacation?
Thank you for this great postcard.…Continue
The creative spirit is continually expressing itself... Sometimes messages are understood immediately and other times the impact of the message is meant for a future understanding or acceptance. "The Nursing Home"? What inspired this theme?
Is the photo of a building in Brussels? Great balcony railings & street musician.…Continue
Thank you for this mailart. It communicates such a strong message of peace. Your title as "Celestial Scribe", the beautiful Patland Postbird hummingbird drawing with present/parcel on it's beak, the creative message from the Patland Post Master General, the handcrafted miniature envelope with many artistic details, the fun "achieved" note... It's all a beautiful work of art.
How am I able to instantly recognize art from Carina at one glance? It must be the subdued tones, vintage ephemera, and subtlety. The best translation I could find was that this was about Hekku Hawk and Woddy's Shenanigans. Carina will have to enlighten me on that…Continue
This is the third and last episode -- for now -- about my Museum adventures with Polo Mints in the Netherlands.
Just in case you have forgotten what a Polo Mint looks like, here is one:
This episode invovles visits to two Museums -- the Limburgs Museum in Venlo and the National Museum of Ethnology in Leiden.
First to Venlo, by train,…Continue
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