This is a Sand Book, only 7cm square, about 3 inches. It is part of a project/event that Marcela in Argentina is having in May. From "Sand Book" discussion at Haptic group, Marcela writes that she will:
"...be making a Sand Book by the Paraná River, at Rosario´s public beach in May.There´s a Perfomance meeting 5, 6 and 7 th May and I´ll be writting along the riverside…Continue
The sage comes with info...on a lovely watercolor card:Continue
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From the Modesto Art museum comes the documentation…Continue
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Puppy prints from Julie, and No.81 of 365 project. 'Love these prints, many thanks!
Space mailings have landed…Continue
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Buz Burr in Arizona sent a self-portrait in the photo booth at Amsterdam Central! Great art!
And long-tiime-no-hear-from Wolfgang Skodd, the Banana Man, a peaceful greeting.Thanks!…Continue
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a touch of a circle upon the red...and "the poet sings" and so does Karen! this is
a small ATC, so imagiine a miniature world of Karen's art. and another one, too:"believe":…Continue
Never ending or beginning...
like the circles of my mind...
asemic writings to see...and an aroma of wonderful linseed…Continue
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Reverse side of package, very much approved by the mailgal. Yes, this is a thoughtful,
"Do Not Kick" (the bucket) composition! Butterflies for…Continue
On some group, on some blog , here at IUOMA, we were discussing the art of John Baldessari. I sent him some mail art, and he replied with this "primary colors" card of his work "Three figures (with manholl)", 1988.
A black and white photograph with vinyl paint....96 x 72 inches! Amazing 'minimal' , primary…Continue
"...as the images unwind"
"...but to who do they belong...
half forgotten names and faces...."
"...whirling silently in space,
never ending or beginning..."…Continue
that is one side of the package, here is the multi-imaged other…Continue
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Who from? Of all people, can you get a clue from the blue tape on the back of the pink envelope?Continue
No. 47 of 365 from Naomi came from a gal born in Athens...(Ohio) And it is a great Olympic theme with
postal history stamps. Thank you, Naomi! Also in the mail box was a…Continue
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There is always a most wonderful Japanese painting or print. And there is a stamp
with a butterfly for Spring (ha!) and a stamp for that SNOW we had in Greece yesterday!
Thank you, Marie! The envelope kept the vintage booklet safe and secure,
Always a great joy to see my friendly werewolf, and this time it arrived at my door! Good thing, too, as it is ugly rain and cold in Greece (this has been the weather since Feb. 12 and it is getting boooorrrrriiing!). So it was just the right size for the mailgal to deliver it and I did not have to go to the postoffice to claim it. Thank you Herr Ernie!
These two are "companion" pieces, as it is "my man with the blue beret" and his "house". Asemic writings are
stamped throughout and haptic textures abound!…Continue
the front and back cover, revealing a man of strong character and stance.
I was captivated by the expressive line and tone design of the details of the…Continue
arrived yesterday from Cheryl, filled with the aroma of oil paint and turps. A most unusual
folded booklet, it opens simply and intriguingly develops into an entire…Continue