Sunday, July 30, 2006
Friday, July 28, 2006
Friday, July 21, 2006
The Grinning Robin stamp is of one of Karen's paintings — she was told by Canada Post that she was the first person in Canada to have her own artwork put on a stamp. Makes you want to - grin!
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Gail is also looking for artists to participate in her mail art call . . . . "Shadow and Evil in Fairytales"
Check out her blog entry at: shadowandevilinfairytales.blogspot.com
Shadow and Evil in Fairytales
Gail D. Whitter
#2-1735 Riverside Ave
Trail, BC, CANADA V1R 3Z3
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
MAILARTA at the 19th Annual Moss Street Paint In. 15 July 2006
Sponsored by the ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA.
A special Thanks to Andrea Marrs and Cindy McMath ( from the Victoria Artist Trading Card Group . . and also devoted mailartists) for all their hard work on Saturday. As you can see from the photos there were thousands of people out for the annual event. Mailarta shared the joys of Mailart as she walked the length of Moss Street . .Lets see how the mailbox looks after spreading the word of Mailmania 2 to thousands of people.
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Greetings Mail Artists
As I am on some learning curve with blogging . . . I now seem to have discovered a few new things about placing info and documents . . .
Thanks for all those that have sent mail art so far for the Mailmania 2 Show. What a delightful way to enter into a conversation with the global community and with one's own surround. I have made friends at the post offices in the neighbourhood and they have become very helpful in whatever mailing I challenge them with.
As of today (12 July 2006) There are 85 pieces of mail art . . from 11 countries and just over 50 artists!
I look forward to hearing from you. Spread the word . . .
Monday, July 10, 2006
Friday, July 07, 2006
What a surprise this was . . . a pair of coveralls well bundled in duct tape . . that would have easily fit me 10 years ago . . had to have someone help me into it and try not to breathe out for the photo . . .These will no doubt have to be part of the Mailmania Archives . . . as much as I would enjoy wearing them.