In addition to enjoying the overall composition of this piece, I like looking at the sheer number of techniques and artifacts used to create this mail art. From the playing cards to the staples, this piece is wonderful. Thank you, Lauriana!
Easy on the eye and quirky to behold--thank you!!
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The X marks throughout are compelling but the word that pops out for me and sums up this great mail art is "ineffable" meaning, not to be spoken because of its sacredness. Thanks,…Continue
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An artist booklet containing the works of top notch mail artists from around the planet: Roland Halbritter, Dmitry Babenko, Angela Behrendt, John Bennett, Don Boyd, Keith Buchholz, Peter Dowker, Fraenz Frisch, Servane Morel, Reiner Langer, Ahlrich van Ohlen, Wolfgang Skodd, Litsa Spathi, Lubomyr Tymkiv, and Hong in Young. These works were exhibited during the art show Kunst Karree last May in Schweinfurt, Germany. Roland…Continue
A visual and tactile piece, multi-layered to evoke a surreal setting for woman and dog, as well as ponder the significant difference between solitude and loneliness: one you choose, the other you don't. The untidy thread work adds a appealing quality. Cheryl's work is reminiscent of artist Maggie O'Sullivan, in particular, her piece "Brokenness is at the Centre of our Being".…Continue
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