Pig on a weather vein from Idaho.
Whimsical and delightful postcard. Thank you Debra!
And the bonus of a frog on the other side.
Claudio Romeo send this elaborated collage. Circles that dance, very happy circles and besides finally I have find out how to answer Janus call! (See further down,' Make a colour square dance')Thanks Claudio
A whiff of vintage art escapes from Jean-Philippe Guillot's tactile collages, his sticker is the clue.
Peter Müller; many thanks for your refreshing art.
From Atte Ouri, all this treasure of Mail Art just for me
Fleur Helsingor takes amazing photos
She spotted this beauty in a nearby garden two years ago.
At the moment the rose bush where it came from is only beginning to show buds.
A startled cat from Momkat, Katerina Nicoltsou.
Not easy to be a Mail Art cat, there are always surprises.
What with blue thunder falling on you without warning...
And an Easter message. No, it is not late.
In Greece Easter is a week later.
A big bundle came from Jack Lattemann. Here he is enjoying lunch
Jack is taking delivery of a whole fleet of tracks and machinery to carry out more improvements in Cascadia
Artistamps a beautiful sunset over Cascadia
Three postcards from Fike, beautiful fractal art.
Invitation from Janus
And this strange and complex collage came from Ruth Giles. The yellow strands of wool were coloured with turmeric. Ruth experiments with natural dyes she makes.
HeMi sent me a cheerful Spring message - received by email
Judy Skolnick's super photo with that Springtime feeling! - received by email
From Janus, a witty collage with an Easter flavour
Mickey mouse takes part in Carol Stetser's fine retro collages
Above as he used to be at the start of his career
and below,as he looked later.
Now showing on the Front Door Gallery
The artwork received in March.
A heartfelt thank you! to everybody that sent me such great art.
From Irene Ronchetti, mi amiga del alma, as we say in Argentina
Two collages ( above)
Heidi Monster's great uncle Robert Cadman, who fought for the freedom of Europe in the Great War and returned home.
Bonniediva's very funny zine
Kathy Barnett's elegant ostrich and minicards
Alan Turner's political statements
FinnBadger asked to cut the UK from the map he sent me and show how to solve the mess of Brexit.
Here is my answer on the day we were supposed to but are not leaving, yet, maybe, or ever.
What everybody has forgotten is that 'an Englishman needs time' much more the 650 men and women Members of Parliament in the House of Commons.
Below the original invitation from FinnBadger
Phillip Lercher's New Year's card on a sheet of adorable bird stamps
Melissa's superb Alice Zine and a photo in the park, while she naps, weather permitting. Great idea and beautiful park.
Kerosene decollaged card, like seeing a landscape through Venetian blinds and below a small mono-print, I guess. Makes a lovely book mark.
Carol Stetser trilogy of intricate collages on the subject of Ancestors. These are folded cards printed both sides.
Fikus processed photos in Deep Dream; self portrait, a lady's eye
and a algal mandala.
The Front Door Gallery has now the full February show on display. I took down the previous show and then got very busy and could not mount the next. So there was nothing on the door for a few days. Friends and trades people complained that they did not have anything to admire while waiting there! Thank you from all of us.
Collage by Bonniediva. Oh I would!
And a page from her latest Bonzine, showing a MouMou. I used to make them. So easy, I may revive the fashion this Summer.
From a new friend, Heide Monster, fantastic towns and buildings.
from Jan Hodgman a painted Valentine card
Brook Cooks sent me a heart and a kiss for Valentine Day
Spring Bees from Elena Amette
Cascadia, I am happy to report, has reverted to normal weather.
From Peter Muller, Lost Places Poetry. And a warning: He tells me that Art is a false message. Well, well!
Two sheets of stamps (folded) from Jack Lattemann - Ticket Ticket Boleto Boleto
Ed Giesek has made contact again after many years! In a decorated envelope there came two add and pass sheets and an ATC
From Katerina, not only a timely salutation for the First Day of the Year of the Pig, but also an early Valentine message on the envelope!
The mail I have received during January is now displayed on my front door, for the delectation of all that come to call.
A big thank you to all that contributed!
And these piggy envelopes are going out tomorrow.
Kim Jung Youn
Barry Edgar Pilcher