Jennifer Wallace
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Wallace Jan 20. 6 Replies

Not my own project, but one I've just signed up for. It's limited to the UK, though.…Continue

 

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Ilya Semenenko-Basin commented on Jennifer Wallace's photo
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2020 02 18 from Ilya Semenenko-Basin

"Thank you for your kind words. Your impression is important and dear to me."
19 hours ago
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2020 02 18 from Ilya Semenenko-Basin

I've admired Ilya's postcards online, but receiving these today see a delicacy in them that gets lost on-screen. Thank you, Ilya!
19 hours ago
Jennifer Wallace left a comment for Carien van Hest
"Sam - Go for less rather than more? I started off (in the UK) thinking the same as you, but as my network of contacts has grown, know there are some people I really appreciate getting pieces from, so I spend on the postage to them wherever they are…"
yesterday
Jennifer Wallace commented on The Introverted Post's event An Examination of the Heart
"Is Volume 6 out yet?"
Sunday
Jennifer Wallace is attending The Introverted Post's event
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An Examination of the Heart at Bath, Ohio

October 1, 2019 at 6pm to December 31, 2019 at 7pm
Volume 6 of the Introverted Post will feature a sub-theme - An Examination of the Heart. Mail Art in by December 31, 2019 to be in Volume 6 - with or without heart. For more information - Theintrovertedpost.comPO BOX 132 Bath Ohio 44210…See More
Sunday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Lutz Wohlrab's group Post boxes
"Carien - I lived in Portugal for a while in the 1980s, i.e. the days of nothing but snail mail, and I don't remember ever seeing anything so baroque-ly wild!"
Sunday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Michael Leigh's group Mail Art UK
"It's collage conference time in England! Linked to the Linder exhibition at Kettles Yard in Cambridge there's this on the 13-14 March: Symposium: Radical Materialities…"
Saturday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Jennifer Wallace's photo
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2020 02 15 started by Hilgart

"Sent to me by Fleur Helsingor, but started by Hilgart. I only started making any mail art 6 months ago, and have now had 5 that Hilgart started off. When these eventually make their way back to Charleston WV, much added-to-and-altered, do they get…"
Saturday
Jennifer Wallace posted photos
Saturday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Lutz Wohlrab's group Post boxes
"Carien - Was it a one-off or did you see others as ornately strange?"
Saturday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Lutz Wohlrab's group Post boxes
"The post box in Brazil is something to behold! But only for small mail?"
Friday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Nancy Bell Scott's photo
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postal -- sent

"This one's particularly wonderful!"
Friday
Jennifer Wallace commented on Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat)'s blog post Rip 'n Tear Art Exhibit from J.Block
"Kat - Thanks for that. In a big collage exhibition last year, I saw one of Jean-Francois Rauzier's 'hyperphotos' (his term), 'The National Gallery, London'. It's an enormous print - 1m50 x 2m50 - and you end up spending…"
Feb 11
Jennifer Wallace commented on Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat)'s blog post Rip 'n Tear Art Exhibit from J.Block
"Kat - Is this someone you've exchanged work with before - is there more online anywhere?"
Feb 11
Jennifer Wallace commented on Ruud Janssen's group Mail-Art Projects List
"Ruud - The link in the details of the PANDAS call-out from Yao Yan Hong isn't working. Is there another source of more details?"
Feb 9
Jennifer Wallace commented on Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat)'s blog post Rip 'n Tear Art Exhibit from J.Block
"This is a great piece of work - and a new way of working with layers for me to try out!"
Feb 9

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Mail-Artist since:
Started on this in September 2019, so it's now a mixture of new and starting to be something less strange?
My Website (without http://):
http://There's only this page at present
Why I am involved in Mail-Art:
The ethos and ethics - and I can't be doing with making things to hang on walls, nor as a way to make money. Never got the hang of the money side of life.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
8 Whitehorse Mews,
Frankwell,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire.
SY3 8QF
United Kingdom

jenniferwallaceuk@gmail.com

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At 10:45pm on January 27, 2020, Jade H said…

Haha, don’t worry Jennifer, the photos you took are great anyway! Thank you!

At 4:35pm on January 20, 2020, Jade H said…

Posted a little something to you today... I forgot to take a photo of it DOH. Could you take a picture of it for me before opening, thanks Jennifer! All the best, Jade.

At 3:26am on January 17, 2020, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Jennifer...Yes, I'd like to have the 'zine with Swoon and other printmakers if you happen to have a spare copy. Many thanks!!!

At 4:40pm on January 8, 2020, Carmela Rizzuto said…

Thanks for your 'favorite' vote for the Women Artists' Cow. I could not resist the challenge. I used to be a printmaker until an accident sidelined me. SWOON was an inspiration to me too--I still try to keep up with her.

At 4:24pm on December 6, 2019, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Thanks for the Boring Postcard, Jennifer."Boring? Or simply odd?" you ask.

"Both", I think. And you might have come up with a new category: 'Boring-and-Odd Postcards".

I can understand why a Postcard of the Amsterdam Church might be of interest to someone, somewhere (and, after all, it was produced by an association of friends of the church), but why they would want to show the Church covered in scaffolding is another matter -- unless they were in the scaffolding business!

Why don't you join the Group?

Thanks again, Val

At 8:32pm on November 8, 2019, Ilya Semenenko-Basin said…

Dear Jennifer,
thank you for the elegant postcard made of wood. I will give it to the Museum of Moscow in the next few days. It will be a large Fund of postal art in perpetuity under the guarantee of the state. Not bad for art critics of the future.

With gratitude, Ilya

At 3:40pm on November 8, 2019, Cascadia Artpost said…

A good source for perforated paper is Bill Porter in CO. Check out the offerings of Olathe Poste at wcp-nm.com, or write him at The Olathe Poste, PO Box 707, Olathe, CO 81425-0707.

At 7:59am on October 24, 2019, Tabatha said…

Thanks for the info someone wrote needs 45 cents and marked the stamp. So it must been the thickness. Thanks! 

At 8:36pm on October 18, 2019, Bonniediva said…

Hey Jennifer, Please send me Add/Passes or any mail art! I'd love to exchange with you. Bonniediva, 1726 Lind Ln, Gurnee, IL 60031

At 7:05am on October 15, 2019, Michael Leigh said…

Welcome to Mail Art UK.  All the best,  Michael.

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sent off to VISION 20-20 / CALIFORNIA FLUXFEST

Posted on January 31, 2020 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

A double-sided collage sent off in an envelope made out of a sheet of acetate. The address side, the 'Coloured Gravure Lettercard' is scanned from one my grandfather' souvenirs of a holiday in Cornwall, I think from the 1950s, but it could have been 10 or 20 years earlier.…

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