Author Archives: Liana Swink

Returned to Sender

It took me awhile to decide how to alter Theresa’s card because I liked it so much! I decided to make a subtle change across the bottom.

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Transformed Again!

It keeps getting better!

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Transformation

Here’s a card from Theresa: We’re playing add and pass, here’s my response:

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Chilean Mailboxes

Imagine my delight when I found a postal museum at the main post office in Santiago, Chile! Here are some pictures of the mail boxes displayed there. I mailed cards using this mailbox on my last day in Santiago. Ciao!

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Janus Closes This Weekend

Janus closes February 2, so drive on out to the South Store Cafe in Scholls this weekend for a last glimpse of the two mail art shows: Janus, and the Graphic Arts Building Artists Mail Art Exchange. If you want … Continue reading

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The Shows Are Up at South Store Cafe!

Two mail art shows are on view through the month of January at the South Store Cafe: Janus, an international mail art call, and the Graphic Arts Building Artists mail art projects. The South Store Cafe sits at the corner … Continue reading

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From Start to Finish

Here’s the original card #5: And here it is in process: The finished card:

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Returns are in!

Results: sent 14 cards, received 10, missing 4. The large card at the bottom center remains in its original state. Where do missing cards go? The one I sent to myself never showed up. I’m going to use stronger glue … Continue reading

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Foursome No. 4 comes home

Each step in this card’s transformation makes it more interesting, more complex. If you look closely, you can see the second stage peeking through the rich surface of crayon marks. The second stage is shown below.

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Pine Picture Mosaic

Here’s a mosaic of all the cards returned so far – thank you all, it’s looking good! Maybe I’ll get more cards next week . . .

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