I just took a class last evening with Claudia McGill at the Mount Airy Art Garage, who also belongs to this group. She taught us about Mail Art and I am excited to begin exploring and creating. She also showed us amazing art from many of you that she has received through the mail over the years. Absolutely stunning!
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
322 W. Durham Street
Philadelphia, PA 19119
I'm not sure if I thanked you for the slides, Christine, but they are wonderful! I'm not so good at using this site these days (time-issues), but I still love the things I receive, and spend the time instead showing them to world in my videos. Your pressed pansy slides are shown in this one http://youtu.be/DZayfWuBJkI
Christine: my mail art to do list (me) is a litte bit confuse at the time. I received a nice box from you on June 5 that was dispatched May 25. The confusion is wether or not I sent something back to you. My list (there is one) tends to be efficient but not today.
Your bottled ice tea cap and the brazilian flower that will grow there will be the cornerstone of the Philadelphia-Curitiba bridge you handsomely started to build. Now is my turn. There is a celestial promise made to you. It´s time to keep it. I´ll keep you posted
Happy Easter to you too! I remember watching Prince of Tides, though I haven't read the book. I like Nick Nolte's character in the film. The pun made me laugh! The changing of the clocks (daylight saving time) really has me in a loop. We had to add another hour on but sure the feeling of not really knowing what time it is will soon pass. I am reading Slaughterhouse Five at the moment, it is one of those books that I reread regularly. Have a great week!
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