Diana Hale
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  • Crozet, VA
  • United States
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Richard Canard left a comment for Diana Hale
"08.08.21  Dare Mister Luis Filipe Gomes, ... yes, I  agree: "sensitive & delicate work". Ms. Diana Hale has a magical touch. I once received a somewhat similar postcard featuring desert cacti with tiny white flowers. A jewel…"
Aug 8
Luís Filipe Gomes left a comment for Diana Hale
"Thank you Diana for your sensitive and delicate work. Such a beautiful old postcard in which palm trees bloom so beautifully. In Portuguese Florida means "In flower"."
Aug 8
Diana Hale commented on Valentine Mark Herman's group MANHOLE COVER LOVERS
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Jun 21
John Dancy-Jones joined Diana Hale's group
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The Mail Art Experiment

I just unearthed a stack of fantastic pages of handwritten experiments.  Inspired by my love of ledger art and the many talented artist who participated in the Philpott Lake Project (philpottlakeproject.tumblr.com), I am sending out a new mail art call!So, here is the deal; I will send you a sheet of “the experiment” to alter and send back to me.  I will then scan the pieces and post them to…See More
Jun 20
Diana Hale commented on Valentine Mark Herman's group MANHOLE COVER LOVERS
"Unremarkable specimens found is Charlottesville, VA, USA."
Jun 14
Diana Hale joined Valentine Mark Herman's group
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MANHOLE COVER LOVERS

There must be billions of them in the world. We pass them every day. We walk on them. We do not take any notice of them. They are heavy, and usually made of cast iron. They come in many different shapes, sizes and patterns. Look, and you will find them everywhere.What are they? MANHOLE COVERS, that provide access to local service systems such as water, electricity, gas, and telecommunications.Post photos of any interesting ones you find here.See More
May 31
Diana Hale commented on FinnBadger's blog post Sad news about Samantha (Sam) price
"I am so sorry to hear this, Sam's beautiful work certainly brought a lot of joy to my mailbox."
Apr 8
kürşat Azılıoğlu joined Diana Hale's group
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Redwork Post

First of all, I want to say thank you to everyone who participated in The Philpott Lake Project and The Mail Art Experiment.  I can’t thank you enough for the generosity with which you shared your art and the patience you had with me throughout the process of putting together a webpage and exhibit for each.This round, I have a vision of creating a single piece of art incorporating…See More
Jan 4
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The Mail Art Experiment

I just unearthed a stack of fantastic pages of handwritten experiments.  Inspired by my love of ledger art and the many talented artist who participated in the Philpott Lake Project (philpottlakeproject.tumblr.com), I am sending out a new mail art call!So, here is the deal; I will send you a sheet of “the experiment” to alter and send back to me.  I will then scan the pieces and post them to…See More
Dec 23, 2020
Diana Hale commented on Diana Hale's blog post No Title
"Katerina, I love your guy!  I sent something to him a month or two ago and haven't heard back but I am often slow to respond, so I didn't think much of it.  Hoping all is well in the land of gnomes. "
Nov 16, 2020
Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) commented on Diana Hale's blog post No Title
"Diane,'love those tiny litle flowers! Have you had any contact with the Minnesota Gnome? I have sent this guy back to Minnesota, 'hoping to have word that it arrived, and is not lost in the covid times ..."
Nov 16, 2020
Richard Canard commented on Diana Hale's blog post No Title
"15.11.20 Dare Ms Diana Hale, ... I didn't realize that the Saguaro Cactus produced white flowers. Your embroidery is a delightful touch--- while "Geo" brings it all down to somewhere around  my level. SinCelery. Richard Canard"
Nov 15, 2020
Diana Hale posted a blog post

"Hello" from Geo.

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Nov 15, 2020
Jocelyn Glaves joined Diana Hale's group
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The Mail Art Experiment

I just unearthed a stack of fantastic pages of handwritten experiments.  Inspired by my love of ledger art and the many talented artist who participated in the Philpott Lake Project (philpottlakeproject.tumblr.com), I am sending out a new mail art call!So, here is the deal; I will send you a sheet of “the experiment” to alter and send back to me.  I will then scan the pieces and post them to…See More
Sep 14, 2020
Diana Hale commented on Toni Hanner -- tonipoet's blog post Diana Hale Beautiful Cut Piece
"Jennifer, how fun!  I have a Silhouette Portrait.  It is a little finicky with different types of paper, but once the settings are worked out it is great.  There is no way I could have cut a dozen of these by hand.  Send me your…"
Jun 5, 2020
Diana Hale commented on Toni Hanner -- tonipoet's blog post Diana Hale Beautiful Cut Piece
"Thank you!  Jennifer, it is a papercut.  A good friend of mine was kind enough to give me a magical little cutting machine.  The image was inspired by an Art Deco mailbox."
Jun 5, 2020

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Mail-Artist since:
April 22, 2015
My Website (without http://):
http://themailartexperiment.tumblr.com
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
philpottlakeproject.tumblr.com/

I love mail and there are a number of printmaking and photography projects that I would love to share.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
Crozet, VA 22932

halediana@gmail.com

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At 8:00pm on August 8, 2021, Richard Canard said…

08.08.21  Dare Mister Luis Filipe Gomes, ... yes, I  agree: "sensitive & delicate work". Ms. Diana Hale has a magical touch. I once received a somewhat similar postcard featuring desert cacti with tiny white flowers. A jewel for my archive. SinCelery, Richard Canard

At 1:41pm on August 8, 2021, Luís Filipe Gomes said…

Thank you Diana for your sensitive and delicate work.

Such a beautiful old postcard in which palm trees bloom so beautifully. In Portuguese Florida means "In flower".

At 6:46pm on March 4, 2021, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Green Day Greetings, Diana! Thank you for the 'lucky mail'. I will be posting soon.

At 1:12pm on April 17, 2020, Petrolpetal said…
At 1:10pm on April 12, 2020, Petrolpetal said…

mail out!

At 3:26pm on April 1, 2020, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Hedllo Diana, my new Friend,

Yes please, Boring postcards are welcome -- very welcome -- at 1 rue de la Vieille Fontaine, 11130 Sigean, France. The more the merrier.

Thanks and regards, Val

At 8:40am on December 17, 2019, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…

At 5:14pm on June 24, 2019, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Your 'Mail Art Forever' card arrived--love it!!!!  Will you include a drawing of it in the Quilt? It deserves to be remembered.

At 1:20am on June 23, 2019, Toni Hanner -- tonipoet said…

O Diana, thank you so much for the "Mail Art Forever" piece and the little Redwork Post bits. I still can't believe how much work you do for these projects!

At 6:12am on June 11, 2019, Penny Reinecke said…

I cannot find your full address,.

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