Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Mail Art from... Rochleighz Wholfe, Edna Toffoli, Valentine Mark Herman, Laurence Gillot

From Rochleighz Wolfe, USA, this stunning mini-bookie piece with abstact painting. 
There's a lot of work in this Mail Art.
 From Brasil a pencil doodle drawing from Edna Toffoli.
Also Edna announces a Mail Art call: One breath of life! for people with cancer. 
Send Mail Art to Edna and she will distribute the pieces to patiens in treatment Hélio Angotti Hospital of Uberaba. More info viaednatoffoli.blogspot.com.
 Vintage postcard with antique stamp from Valentine Mark Herman, France. 
My French is quiet rusty but I guess the text on the back says the barrels nearly weigh 70 kg. 
Is that with or without wine included?
 Laurence Gillot, France, sends this nice applique with spiral blocks in the middle. 
It looks so familiar... *)
 Laurence has a wonderful style, re-using letters, images and other vintage pieces. 
Less is more... and so attractive.
*)... and this is the piece I had sent Laurence.
Thank you all for your Mail Art

Monday, 10 March 2014

Mail Art from... Misra, Artist in Seine, Tofu and Kit Gonzales Moore

 A true gem from Misra, Turkey has arrived.
Beautiful spring theme drawing with stamps and text.

Misra is 7 years old and asks how old I am ;)
Will answer that with Mail Art. 
Fantastic if you start making Mail Art when you are only 7! 
Aaaaah, it's banana Mail Art time again. Although I am not participating this year the Artist in Seine, France, sends me a banana piece. This one is already framed and ready to be shown in a museum. 
Tofu's terrific sample Mail Art has arrived. This one is a mixed media one. 
Could be that Tofu has travelled in the USA...  
or to another country as the safety instruction does suggest. 
Beautiful piece from a 'new' Mail Artist, Kit Gonzales Moore, USA, arrived in a see through envelop.
Collage with water colour technique? Looks stunning.
Thank you all for your Mail Art

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Mail Art from... Stripygoose, David Stafford, Claudia McGill and Momkat

A real postie birdy by Stripygoose, United Kingdom. 
#347/365 and it is her second series of Mail Art #365. How does she do it?
This Mail Artist sends Mail Art without signature. But it is the famous David Stafford from the United States of America ;) The figure (hope not David himself) is followed by a moonshadow. 

And this is the front or is it the back of the postcard with lady and geometric shapes.
This Valentine I received Valentine Mail Art, what a surprise, hihi.
Valentine = Bah Humbug, Mail Art = Cool, me thinks.

This miniature is from Claudia McGill, USA.
Momkat from Greece sends 'A touch of BLUE for Valentine's Day'.

Thank you all for your Mail Art