Every time I walk up to the post office in the Upper Haight, I am finding a full post office box. And, I am not the only one being inspired by the recent solar eclipse. Here are some of the recent arrivals:
- Julie C. has a rather avant garde take on the eclipse.
- Dori Singh has commemorated the eclipse as well.
- Philippe Charron has received one of my eclipse pieces, but it was much sunnier in France.
- The Crackerjack Kid sent all sorts of things in this rather mesmerizing envelope.
- A full envelope of things from Marina Salmaso included this latest mixed media piece.
- Ed Giecek sent an envelope including some big circles that I am sure to repurpose soon.
- I have seen some of Heather Ferguson’s sticker collages in person and was happy to receive one of my own.
- Taidgh Lynch boldly sends handmade bookmarks from Ireland. No envelope, just what you see as a postcard. Glad it made it through.
- An add-n-pass that had been through many hands now has a little more added to it and is on the way to Sacramento.
- Rani Goel sent and envelope of all sorts of goodies.
- Could you make Victorian ATCs? I am not sure of that was Fleur Helsingor’s intention, but I do really like them.
- Gregg Biggs’ newest piece includes the snippet of a story where we learn that “Billy was fingering the old sea captain’s interesting collection.”
And finally, a card arrived featuring the latest additions to Connie Jean’s Squirrel Museum in Cocoa Beach. I hope all is well at the museum after Irma came through.