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At 8:14pm on December 7, 2015, Amy Irwen said…

what a wonderful piece of artie stationary...and a warm note to boot...thank you for the found photo...everyone needs to stop and give God's creature some love...

At 10:12pm on October 18, 2015, Bruno Cassaglia said…
At 9:02pm on December 13, 2014, Amy Irwen said…
Thank you Nadine for the wonderful and funny Christmas card...Merry Christmas to you and yours. I loved the bookmark you enclosed; I am a big book reader so this was perfect!
Best wishes for the new Year...hugs *!*
At 2:37am on November 16, 2014, Jim SantAmour said…

good day! BARFA shopping has commenced.  Unfortunately, this lovely piece slipped my grasp a couple years ago...but I've vowed to find a gift with compatible taste!  Keep your eyes open in the upcoming week!

-Jim Santamour.

At 2:08pm on August 1, 2014, An. U. said…

Hi, Nadine!

I found a place for your son's sticker! ;) :))

At 7:04pm on May 26, 2014, David Stafford said…

Thanks for the pet boekie...That was a treasure trove you uncovered in Iowa. The history of the world as contained in a single snap. Great job. You really can't go wrong with "James Franco" as a punchline. 

At 8:34pm on April 10, 2014, Keith S. Chambers said…

No Dance Partner? I hope that is not true. Received your postcard last week [belated reply]. Love the drawing, but am hoping the message is just a thought off the top of your head and not a general outlook on things. Smile.

Hope to see you swinging your stuff in the mail . . . k.

ps. As I am writing this, I see you have a new address . . . does this mean I just sent my last postcard to the wrong [NoHo] address??? When did you move to Burbank? And yes, the earthquakes were quite sizable. The epicenter was actually relatively near to me [about 17 to 19 miles]. It rolled along for a while over here.

At 7:19pm on March 19, 2014, Amy Irwen said…
Nadine, the recent mail art is SUPER....I am so jealous that you are into Spring...if I planted any bulbs they would be under 2 feet of snow or more...we just had about another inch or two last night....the dogs and I are so ready for Spring...we had about a week of 40 degree weather and thought we were in heaven....no jacket and the door open for the excited pooches!
Take care and enjoy your warm days and bright sun for me! Hugs <3
At 6:51am on March 18, 2014, Keith S. Chambers said…

I aspire only for a purpose. . . . those are some mighty words there Nadine. Received your card today. The drawing is simply beautiful. fantastic. sublime. Thank you very much.

At 11:27pm on February 24, 2014, Amy Irwen said…

Thank you Nadine *!*

At 4:42am on February 23, 2014, Amy Irwen said…
Hi Nadine..thank you for the postcard and the great Ex Postale Facto stamp! So glad you made it to S.F. I wish I had been there. Glad you saw my piece...take care and you will be seeing me in the mail soon *!*
At 1:26am on January 10, 2014, Amy Irwen said…
Hi Nadine, received "2 Cats Waiting for 2014"...cute scruffy's...
Glad you are enjoying the TV....moving is yuk no matter the age....
Take care *!*
At 2:50am on December 31, 2013, Amy Irwen said…
Happy New Year Nadine !
Did you send me some "life changing" ATC's?
At 11:40pm on October 26, 2013, Keith S. Chambers said…

Hi Nadine, I received your drawing, Art Block. Fantastic. I too have those days, staring at the blank page, trying to imagine the image arising from the ether. I love your irony of making something out of being blocked from the initiate.

At 12:58pm on October 24, 2013, Claudia McGill said…

I am glad you liked it. I think art is the first place I broke out of my little framework. Maybe it's still the most free place I have, though the rest of my life has loosened up. Well, getting older, getting smarter, I hope. Anyway, I love your work and the focus it has on people and their personalities. You have a way of capturing or creating a portrait that makes me feel I have met these people, even if only on paper, and can imagine a whole life for them! Happy Thursday.

At 4:38pm on October 21, 2013, Claudia McGill said…

The book ideas both sound great. Wish I could see them. Your work has such a sly sense of humor to it, I think a book would be just great!

At 11:28pm on October 16, 2013, Claudia McGill said…

Got the "Bad Day at the Beauty Parlor" card and as usual I got a nice laugh from it. I wonder if that is the hairdresser partially obscured by the lady's green hair? Or, maybe she should just let herself be ready for Halloween early?

 

I also wonder if you keep scans of your work? Because I think by now you'd have quite a collection of social commentary. I think it would make a great book. I'll be first in line for a copy?

At 7:50am on September 26, 2013, Keith S. Chambers said…

Hallo Nadine . . . Received your monster child card; your faces always make me smile, even a monster child makes me smile [I have one of those, a monster child, or perhaps he's a son-of-a-monster child :o . . . ] thank you . . . ksc

At 8:44pm on July 31, 2013, Claudia McGill said…

Hi Nadine. Your family has really given me a lot of mail art pleasure! First, thank you so much for the card. I'd like to be in your neighborhood and hear the gossip if the picture gives any indication. And I like it that the the smaller figures, looking quite - sinister? - are another layer, a bit raised. I would not have thought that would have made such a difference but it does. And the Camp Wildwood people on the other side - we have a Wildwood at the New Jersey shore and they have a big motorcycle weekend in the fall (we inadvertantly attended one year). These people could fit in well.

 

Now, also your husband took the time to send a card, and I want to say thank you for that as well. I will write back to thank him personally, but wanted to say so here, too. It was so thoughtful to take the time.

 

And I am glad you both liked my booklet. I enjoyed doing it. I will be doing more (if I ever get any good thoughts again...)

 

Happy Wednesday!

At 9:37am on July 17, 2013, Karin Greenwood said…

Hi Nadine, Thanks for the reply and also your email address. I think your book is stunning. When you finish your book for your children you should just take it to a publisher and just see what happens. You have got nothing to loose. Congratulations on your little grandchild's birth. Hope all goes smoothly. My son and his fiance had a little girl McKenzie last Sept. We will see her for the first time on the 24th of Oct. I can't wait. We send you something soon. Take care with love Karin xx 

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