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At 6:39am on April 5, 2010, elle.mental said…
Thanks for the greeting Brad! I will look forward to trading artistamps with you! For now Pura Vida from Costa Rica! elle.mental a.k.a. Angie Binford
At 3:42pm on March 31, 2010, Kim JungYoun said…
Hi, Brad! :)
I sent something to you today.
Hope it reaches you soon.

Love,
Kim
At 7:35pm on March 21, 2010, sharon kennick said…
still under the weather, and slow in getting back to folks...thanks for directing me to "wicki" for a rather long, but interesting explanation of "fluxus art," and the rather interesting realization that it's my favorite genre to work in.

perforator lust - LOL! in the music world they call it "gear acquisition syndrome," or GAS for short! i have a bit of both. okay - alot!

thanks for the offer to perforate! as soon as i am ready for mass perforations, i will take you up on it!

good sunday to you and yours.
At 12:22am on March 20, 2010, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…
Thanks Brad...very professional stamp making going on in Deadwood!
You will see that I perforate using a simple sewing copy wheel...found a couple in the Greek market for less than 1 EURO. Now, then, something in the mail to you by Monday.
Have a nice weekend,
Katerina
At 10:56pm on March 19, 2010, sharon kennick said…
thanks for the explanation, brad. i like the detail you were able to achieve by combining layers. drawing with a mouse is the bane of my digital existence right now, and i am presently lusting after a stylus...what software package are you running? i'm working in a very old "paintshop pro 9." which is antiquated, but i know my way around in it, and it still meets both professional and recreational needs.

i've seen that "fluxus" word alot in here, and am wondering what it's about. "flux" is the stuff i solder with, but "fluxus?" i am clueless!

for cutting, i'm using a scissors with a stamp/deckled blade, and it works okay on onesies, but i would like to be able to send out full sheets. i've considered pulling out the sewing machine to perforate them, but that just seems like too much work while i'm ill. maybe in a couple of days. of course, the best of all worlds would be to find an antique perforator in working condition in some local junk shop...hmmm. i guess i've been bitten by the faux postage bug pretty bad; talking about buying a perforator, already!

i look forward to receiving those samples! how kind of you! i will dig around in the drawers and computer files for backgrounds and flourishes or anything else you might be interested in for exchange. i'm thinking immediately of a three-layered image that creates marbling. each b&w layer is independently colored and then stacked in a specific order and merged. will dig around for it and see how it works in a stamp before sending it on.

thanks for the speedy reply!
At 2:10pm on March 19, 2010, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…
Greetings from the "Queen"!
Sorry, Brad, 'could not resist after seeing your great artistamps,
yours being amazing in technique! How do you do them?
Mine are really "cut and paste"...by hand, with scissors and glue
no fancy electronic effects here...sigh.

At 12:03am on March 19, 2010, sharon kennick said…
thanks for the howdy, brad! deadwood, south dakota? cool...really nice job on the self portrait stamp! a digital graphics fiend curious about your process...
At 5:51pm on March 13, 2010, Wolfgang Skodd said…

At 12:12am on March 11, 2010, Bill Porter said…
Hey Brad!

Yeah, I know what you mean about my not being a member of the AS group. If it hadn't been for alot of arm twisting by Ruud years ago, I probably wouldn't have joined this whole web site. I'm just not much of a "joiner," if you know what I mean. But maybe one of these days I'll join the artistamp group.

Anyway, I'm glad that you received the watercolor. Although you may be much too kind about the quality as it's been eight years since I touched those brushes of mine. So as you can imagine, it's basically starting all over again. Who knows?!? One of these days I might get one right! :^)

Thanks again, Brad, and happy creating!

Bill
The Olathe Poste
At 11:51pm on March 9, 2010, Medwolf said…
Thank you for the mail art amigo your card landed in my mail box today
At 6:45pm on March 6, 2010, Kim JungYoun said…
Hi, Brad! :)

I received your card yesterday.
I'm so glad.
I'll send something to you soon.
Have a good weekend!
At 5:41pm on March 2, 2010, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…
Great humor, Brad!
I get the message :-)
Ya got more humor in Deadwood City than in awl of...the world!
Thanks , this came in today's mail and really put a smile on my face!

At 3:47am on February 28, 2010, Test Tower said…
Hey Brad, Thanks for the Mail Art - I posted it on the blog: Heebee Jeebeeland and wrote some nonsense regarding it. Thanks very much - I like your sense of humor. Something will be on it's way to you from the 4th Dimension very soon. See ya in the Mail!
At 11:12am on February 23, 2010, Wolfgang Skodd said…
Hi Brad, your Fluxus Dakota Card arrived today; thank you very much...

At 1:01am on February 17, 2010, Wolfgang Skodd said…
Ja! Yes!
You are very fast Mr. Baucom. If you like this kind of Mail Art please visit: http://bananaunderground.blogspot.com/ and enjoy.
Have a nice time, see you in mail - Wolfgang.
At 10:16am on February 15, 2010, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…
See? Deadwood must really be fluxus...
you even had me watching Doris Day in "Calamity Jane"
last night! Fun Fluxus!
At 6:10pm on February 11, 2010, Sowa Mai said…

At 4:20pm on February 8, 2009, Keyla Holmquist said…
Hi Brad, greetings from Venezuela.

The 6th World's Poetry Festival 2009 will take place on june and july as a tribute to a venezuelan Poet named Juan Calzadilla (National Prize of Plastic Arts 1996).
This event will be sponsored by Ministerio del Poder Popular para la Cultura and Casa Nacional de las Letras Andrés Bello, so my art archive willheld:

THE 5th INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER OF VISUAL POETRY
OPEN NOTIFICATION – NO SELECTION – NO JURY
Everything received will be exhibited – Documentation [to all of you].
NO RETURNS.
Everything sent will be part of the MAIL ART ARCHIVE KEYLA HOLMQUIST.

All the material has to be mailed to:


Keyla Holmquist
ARCHIVO DE ARTE CORREO
Apartado Postal 326
Maracay 2101
Estado Aragua VENEZUELA

DEADLINE MAY 31,st 2009

All the material should be sent perfectly packed in order to prevent damage and with a copy of a data card, stuck on the back of the package.

CATEGORIES:

DRAWING, PAINTING, GRAPHIC, PHOTOGRAPHY, ARTIST SEALS, COPY-ART, EXPERIMENTAL ART.

OBJECTS/ARTIST'S BOOKS:

Measures UP TO A4 MAXIMUM. The base or pedestal needed should be provided by the artist.

POETRY, FREE VERSE OR RHYME, PROSE, NARRATIVE, ESSAY, STORIES.

VISUAL POETRY:

Collage, visual poems, process poetry, illustrated poetry, labyrinth poems, phonetic poems, audible poems, semiotic, palindrome, holopoems, concrete poetry, video action, photo action, object poem, pseudovisual poetry, braille poetry.

VIDEO, SHORTFILM, DOCUMENTARY, ANIMATION:

All videos will be admitted, shortfilms, photography, documentaries, animations that do not exceed 8 minutes of length and they must be delivered on CD or DVD format ready for its presentation.

MULTIMEDIA EXPRESSION:

They will be admitted on CD or DVD format ready for its presentation including the credits, the photography, the list of the soundtrack that was used and the name of the author.

AUDIO FORMAT:

the audio format admitted has to be:
Wave 44,100 Hz 16 bit stereo
Mp3 from 96 'til 320 KPSS
If the expression is audible, high fidelity required.
http://holmquistartecorreo.blogspot.com/
At 2:49am on January 19, 2009, Celestino Neto said…
Dear friend I am leaving here is convocatória.

II BIENAL INTERNACIONAL DEL PEQUEÑO FORMATO - VENEZUELA.

Mail artists Annijames Rivero and Luis Valera Escarre invite all interested artists around the world to participate in their international mail-art project:

The Second Biennale International of Small Art - Venezuela
Exhibition to all.
No jury.
Catalogue to all.
No return.
Size: Maximum Postcard size (10 x 15 cm.)
Technique: Free.
Deadline:

December 31, 2009.

Send your Work to:

II Bienal Internacional del Pequeño Formato,
Apartado 54,
Zona P. 2101A.
Maracay
VENEZUELA.

www.bienalvenezuelados.blogspot.com
At 11:54pm on December 23, 2008, Denis Charmot said…

And it was not a rigged photo.
Denis Charmot
http://denis.charmot.free.fr

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