"Hear, hear Jennifer. Yes, this was obviously written by someone who does not make art... I'll also note that the term "timeline" is a bit ambiguous. What is one to take from that? Is that the deadline for submissions, or just…"
"Danny, I saw that you had no comments, not a one. So now you have one and I'm sure many more will follow. Welcome to the IUOMA. Be deliberate, or be random, but most importantly, be and do. You can make things happen here. What you ask? Well…"
"Hi Jay, thanks for blogging this, hope it made you smile.
For all your readers, wondering why "Last Day of Issue" is your title here, I'm including the artwork from the back of these postcards that explains the your blog post title.…"
"At last, my mail art for you, using some of the "Scrap Starter Kit" you sent me from cleaning out your studio, is ready for the post office tomorrow. I am delighted with your poems, your fabulously printed on envelopes and the scraps…"
October 21, 2019 at 6pm to January 31, 2020 at 7pm
In the new year January through April 2020 I will be holding an exhibition of my Artist Trading Card collection in two libraries, January-February at the Cookstown Library and March-April at the Lakeshore branch library here in Ontario Canada. If anyone is interested in having their Artwork in the showplease send them to:Erin Young P.O.BOX 7146Innisfil Ontario L9S 1A9Canada ATCs must be 2.5x3.5 inches in size. Or 64mm x89mmNo addresses will be shown. Only name and location No ReturnsNo limit to…See More
"Certainly Mick isn't Ray; but absolutely, Ray ain't no Mick Boyle. Mick could be in a school fish eating Ray Johnson or Mick could just be a fish — but if you do, make sure Mick is a powerful fish not to be eaten on by other fish…"
"Well, if not Ray Johnson, why not Ray Johnson? Altered, it could be anybody, or anything, not just before, but after adding to . . . you could make that part of your process, or not; Ray could become a rose, an ibex or Massachusetts. Perhaps Ray is…"
At last, my mail art for you, using some of the "Scrap Starter Kit" you sent me from cleaning out your studio, is ready for the post office tomorrow. I am delighted with your poems, your fabulously printed on envelopes and the scraps you sent me. And before I got this one out to you another one from you came with such wonderful fish headed portraits. I'm so curious about how you create all of these with such a sense of humor. Your mail art is amazing me and making me smile.
Yikes! I was catching up on sending mail art and came across your delightful postcard and the envelope I started to mail you way back in October. So with embarrassment I am getting it all together to take to the post office and finally send to you, sling with sending you a friend request via IUOMA. See you in the mail at last!
Keith! I have been out of town. Hey, I thought it was funny, so let's call it a "Happy accident", okay? I am used to my father's Teutonic surname getting messed...I grew up in Asia, where everybody just assumed I could not write my own name properly, and that what I really wanted to write was Natalie CHING. :)
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