Category Archives: Received

Valentines Day Mail

From the outside they looked pretty cool, the inside was even better: There was no return address, but I think I know who sent these. Thank you for the valentines day mail!

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Cascadia Art Post

I met Jack Lattiman (Cascadia Art Post) at the Focus on Book Arts Conference in a sketchbook class taught by Jennie Hinchcliff (Red letter Day) , and we’ve been sending things back and forth ever since! I responded to his … Continue reading

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How Much Orange is Enough?

David Schulze sent this card with a tiny bit of orange. Next card, more orange! On the back of this card David wrote “People who think orange is a difficult color probably never got art in the mail that was … Continue reading

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Mail Art Show Catalogs

This year I’ve received two catalogs from mail art shows I entered! The catalog from the exhibition at San Francisco Art Institute states: The Gutai Art Association (Gutai Bijutsu Kyokai) was an avant-garde artist collective in postwar Japan that was … Continue reading

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Transformed Again!

It keeps getting better!

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

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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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