Perhaps this delicate tissue-paper book from Nancy Bell Scott is more than "trash", it is a wonderful collection of tisse pages and yarn that tantalizes the sense of touch! And many, many thanks for ALL the white tissue paper! Wonderous materials for future boekies!…
The reverse side suggests "make strage" - ?? Cheryl, I already had a lot of fun with this wonderful card and the interpretation it implies. I go for the poodle!
I know that a lot of people enjoy very much the sendings from Marie Wintzer. I was one of the lucky ones to receive this piece (above) in my mail-box and with in it the two cards I made photos of for you to see (below).
See, this little guy was in my mail box (well, on the stairs) as I returned home.
The Haptic Werewolf has done a great…Continue
Marie Wintzer sent me excerpts of the incredibly important work she's been doing on Kanji Puffs from her laboratory in Saitoma, Japan. Believe, dear reader,these are earth-shattering findings that will rock the foundations of Cerealism for years to come. I'll let her letter speak for itself.Continue
I have received so many amazing Mail Art in the last few months that it kind of overwhelms my senses! I am still trekking along making art when I can and sending it out to all of you! However, I will be traveling around for the next few weeks, and though I try to bring my supplies, it takes longer for me to accomplish. Once again my whimsical nature is sending me in different directions!
Now I am part of a mail chain and I just want some clarification on what I am suppose…Continue
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September 30, 2011 - Marie Wintzer is widely admired in the network for her wonderful and consistent sense of aesthetics. I also value her greatly as a friend because I…Continue
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Where does one order those custom rubber stamps with your name, FLUXUS etc.? Anyone have a good source in the US? Thanks!
It was sparked by my friendly red elephant, and a wedding where Marie was truly there in spirit. The evidence: I came home from my honeymoon to find a very nice package in the mail. Judging by the stamps in the front, it could only be sent from Japan. Turning the package over, there it read, "From: M. Wintzer".
So, being new to mail-art, it took me some time to figure out what to do with my present. I looked at it from all angles, opened it up, and looked to see what might come…Continue
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