See the returned cards on a new page called “Pine Picture” under the Graphic Arts Building tab.
E. Pine Picture: Disappearing Road
Here is a photo of the whole painting before I sent the pieces off to my friends. I can’t wait to see what I get back!
Janus, the ancient Roman god of beginnings and transitions, is usually depicted as a two-faced god looking both to the future and to the past. He presides over both abstract and concrete beginnings and transitions, thus he is concerned with gates, doors and doorways, bridges, time, the beginning and ending of the year, the sun, the moon, light, and movement.
open format, size, technique
no jury, no fees, no returns
documentation to participants
Some online documentation on this site!
Deadline: December 28, 2012
Exhibition in January
Please send work on the theme of Janus to:
Janus – South Store Cafe
24485 SW Scholls Fy. Rd.
Hillsboro, OR 97123
The first Foursome made it back home last week, with some hand painted and other decorative papers added to it. I love stripes, and I’m glad to see that others do too!
Foursome No. 3 returned!
Trick Sensei, front
Trick Sensei, back
Trick Sensei’s hand printed, colorful card lists some of my favorite things: mail art, fluxus, and IUOMA. Thank You!
Randomly sent card, from CB to AS
From CB to AS, other side.
From CB, drawn, painted, sent off to AS!
Card From CB, front
Card From CB, back
This card, from the mysterious mail artist CB, seems to be from the random add and pass project. I’ll post the altered image when I send it. After a few weeks, I’ll move it to the random page.
Collage from Cuan Miles, front
Collage from Cuan Miles, back
Cuan Miles, South African mail artist, sent me this card with a red-green 3D postage stamp, it’s very cool. The red symbols above his name are labeled rain, shine, receive, mail art, celebrate – the proper sequence of events! Check out his site on my blogroll, it’s called Curious Collage.
John Heald posted a mail art call with the theme of Gutai, a Japanese modernist art movement.
Today I sent this envelope to the International Union Of Mail Artists. It contains my membership application!
IUOMA envelope, back