Friday, March 10, 2017

The Mail Art Marches On

It has been a rainy winter of sending and receiving mail art.  Some of the recent arrivals include:
  1. A new collage piece from Brooke Cooks that came in an envelope covered in vintage postage stamps that remind us what a proper president looks like.
  2. An altered Spanish postcard from Pamela Gerard.
  3. A new piece from Torma Cauli that is a kind of mix between collage and papier-mâché.  I think this is one of my favorite pieces I have ever received from Torma. 
  4. Barbara Stasiowski (aka BarCode Barb) has been producing some swell pink pussy hat zines/booklets.
  5. Sandra Lefever sent a lovely, new year’s-themed-piece from “Scarysota” Florida.
  6. Artist stamps arrived from the Crackerjack Kid.
  7. Marina Salmaso was visiting Spain and still finding time to send mail art.
  8. A wintery piece from Carolyn Oord (aka Kerosone) in Quebec — where right now it is 21° (-6° C).  And we complain about “cold” San Francisco.
  9. And finally, Anna Hollings sent one of her paintings printed on a greeting card as well as two altered postcards form New Zealand.

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