(Sorry, I had to use quick snapshots of the artworks). The previous post with her mail.
Mail Art Moo for Ruud Janssen in The Netherlands
This is my piece called Katbot 2018 for the Giant Kitty Saves the Day Mail Art Call in the US, check out their gallery. This needs to be sent ASAP, as the deadline was April. Oops. The robot I added, because they mentioned a like for them, plus there may have been a promise…
Cheshire cat for the Alice in Wonderland Mail Art Call. Sent to That Golden Afternoon in Portugal.
I was prepared to send some mail art to Eléna Amette for a while, but got ill, and had some other obstacles. But here we finally have the bird drawing I made. Her card looks super cute, as you see below. Their family blog is here.
There was a mail art call, which still has it’s Facebook group, and people are still posting fish themed art there. I find it inspiring. I spent a while on this drawing, which is cut out of watercolor paper. I am sending it to Jan Willem Kouwen in The Netherlands.
Visual poetry can be a lot of things. This is regular poetry, but I tried to make it have visual dimensions through the style of letters, the mental images brought on by the text, etc. Anyway, I hope it fits the criteria of the VISPOSTAL mail art call by C. Wells for The Upstairs Art Space in…
More naivistic stuff happening. I call this drawing “Letter from a friend” and am sending it to the Mail Art Call called Strength in Connection-Thy Neighbor by Coburn Art Gallery in Ashland, Ohio, US.
I have really started to enjoy the naivistic take on mail art. Here is a new drawing I made and plan on sending to Rebecca Guyver of The Postal Ledger. I love her blog a lot.