Tuesday, January 15, 2013

# 10 Mail Art Sent

Two pieces from my Dream series were sent in answer to mail art calls.

Sent to Valentine Mark Herman, IUOMA, for exhibit at the Mediatheque, Sigean, France.
Mixed media collage: ephemera, mixed papers, stamping
Sent to Laura Bucci, IUOMA, for 'This is where I go' Mail Art Call
Mixed media collage: ephemera, hand-painted papers

Monday, January 14, 2013

#9 Mail Art Akademie der Kunste

I created and sent the following to Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, Germany in response to a Mail Art Call. It is a collage using a monotype fragment to which acrylic ink, stamping, ephemera and a painted chipboard bird have been added.

Sunday, January 13, 2013

#8 Received mail art

Picked up these unique postcards at my PO Box today. Thank you both for such creative mail art.

From Jon Foster, USA

From Denise Souray, Canada

Saturday, January 12, 2013

#7 Received Mail Art

From Larissa, New Zealand 
From Donna Juliussen, Alaska

From Melissa, USA

From Matata, Russia

Painted envelope from Guido Vermeulen, Belgium

One of Guido Vermeulen's collages that was included in the above envelope.

Partial view of Brain Cell # 845  by Ryosuke Cohen, Japan. 
He has been creating these for over 20 years from contributions sent by mail artists from around the world.
From Valentine Mark Herman, Sigean, France

These past few weeks I have been fortunate to receive the above mail art from IUOMA members--the creativity of each sender is evident--quite an array of techniques and media are represented.   Thank you all!

#6 Celebrating IUOMA's 25th Anniversary

This post card was made for Rudd Janssen to thank him and other IUOMA volunteers for developing this network of mail artists. The web site is a testament to their creativity and support for this modern phenomenon.   http://iuoma-network.ning.com/
Crafted using several gelatin plate monotypes, ephemera, colored pencil and stamping.

#5 Outgoing Mail Art

The past few weeks have been busy with making mail art postcards and sending them off to various IUOMA members. They were crafted using a variety of printing techniques, unique papers, stamping, and ephemera.

To Larissa, New Zealand
To T. Makarova, Russia
To Denise Souray, Canada
To Melissa Fletcher, USA 
To Guido Vermuelen, Brussels, Belgium

To Theresa Williams, USA