I have two art degrees, the famous Mim was one of my college professors many moons ago. She's the one that flooded my interest in sending stuff. I create mail art simply because there are NO RULES.
If you ever received mail art from a Jenn Erwin from 2005-2013, it probably was me. I lived in a few different states.
Over the years I have traded handmade postcards/ATCs/zines/collage bits/add+pass on postcardx, postcrossing, yahoo groups, atcards, flickr, atcsforall, sendsomething and I site I co-owned called sendthingsto.us that is no more.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
808 Glenview Avenue
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Thanks for the welcome.I started with mail exchanges and collaborations with fellow stampers and became particularly interested in act using all sorts of media.when caretaking my husband and other family members this was a portable art firm and the mail was always a lovely surprise.For a number of years my focus shifted to installations, and assemblage, but in quarantine have been inspired to star some new atca.Add and pass booklets are also intriguing.
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