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Mail-Artist since:
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Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
I never finish large works. In fact I have barely used my hands for art in years, but I would love to do so in a small way that can be finished in a shorter amount of time. I just want something of my art to be somewhere, instead of all lost and forgotten forever. Even if its small and imperfect: this is my gift, such as it is. Let it not take over my life and make me forget to eat and shower and earn money to live, but let it have a place in my life to exist.
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At 1:42pm on December 8, 2015, Carlos I. Botana said…
Las Meninas by Diego Velázquez
Size: Free
Technique: Free
Deadline: August 15, 2016
Exhibition: September, 2016
No sales. No jury. No return
The work is publisehed in the "blog": mailartlasmeninasdecanido.blogspot.com
Send your work to:
Carlos I. Botana
C/. Javier López López
Nº 11 - portal 2 - 3º E
15009 - A Coruña - Spain
At 1:54pm on September 7, 2015, Tulio Peraza said…

Dear Tandherbarbarian, here an invitation for you, thanks in advance!!!!

"The Camel” International Mail Art Project Tenerife, Spain 2015


At 8:42pm on April 11, 2015, Petrolpetal said…
Hello! I'd love to swop with you - my details are on my page if you would like to!
At 5:38pm on January 31, 2015, Richard Canard said…

31.01.15  Post Scriptum: Am I suffering from my own delusions--one minute you're in Arkansas  & the next in Nevada???

At 5:32pm on January 31, 2015, Roberto Bergamo said…

I think you'll be fine here :)

At 5:29pm on January 31, 2015, Richard Canard said…

31.01.15 Dare Ms. Tender Barbarian, ... Yes, welcome!  I read your moving statement concerning your involvement with mail art & I am sympathetic. You are very perceptive. This "mail art" business will indeed take over your life if you're not careful. I've been at it practically all my so-called "adult life" & the situation has become over the years monumental & hopeless simultaneously.If you are looking for a place to send to things to---I suspect that I could shove one more artful missive into one of the umpteen cardboard boxes situated here plus I just noticed a spot in the garage that should be able to accommodate a coupla new boxes. Or is the idea of your art sitting in a cardboard box in a garage in Carbondale, Illusion the same thing as being "all lost & forgotten forever"?   What I'm trying to say is that it never get's any easier. All best to you & perhaps you will send something my way? Richard Canard

At 4:54pm on January 31, 2015, Roberto Bergamo said…

hi :)


At 3:12pm on January 28, 2015, EJ Vest said…

Hi Tammie, welcome to IUOMA.  We're glad you're here! 




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