Posts tagged ‘Mail art’

May 5, 2014

Mail Art by Marlieke Overmeer, the Netherlands

Marlieke Overmeer

Maybe the last just in time arriving mail art contribution by Marlieke Overmeer, the Netherlands

“Signature”.
Digital print.

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April 29, 2014

Mail Art by Carla Clevers, The Netherlands

Carla Clevers

Carla Clevers did send her mail art “Tijdelijkheid” to us

Mixed media on canvas

http://carlaclevers.exto.nl/

April 25, 2014

Mail Art by Dörthe Siemers – Wulff, Germany

 

Today’s incoming mail art by artist Dörthe Siemers – Wulff.
“Temporality, Mortality, Impermanence”
Digital print

www.siemers-wulff.de

April 23, 2014

Mail Art by Mariangela Calabrese, Italy.

The incoming mail art of today by Mariangela Calabrese from Italy.
“Blowing Bubbles Day”
Drawing with mixed materials on cardboard.

www.mariangelacalabresepittrice.it

April 17, 2014

Mail Art by Larisa van der Grinten Bons, Singapore

Larisa van der Grinten Bons

Larisa van der Grinten Bons made her contribution “Temporality” using diverse materials. The paper was made of advertising leaflets which underlines the feeling of temporality. Great entrance.

“Temporality”
Handmade paper
Iron wire
Nail polish
Paint stamps
Thread

 

 

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April 11, 2014

Mail art by Patricia B. Lavoie, Canada

Patricia B. Lavoie
“Anti-aging products and their
advertising constantly remind
us, no matter how old we are, of
the temporality of our lives.”

Patricia B. Lavoie
“1/7 Strenght”
Silk print on Paper

patriciablavoie.wix.com/portfolio

March 11, 2014

Mail Art by Trix Hofman-Daams, the Netherlands

Trix Hofman-Daams

Colourful and bright triptych made by the Dutch artist Trix Hofman-Daams came in today.
“Temporality”
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March 8, 2014

Mail Art by Antonia Calabrese, Italy

The brightness of this drawing was shining towards me from the doorstep today. Antonia Calabrese did send her image of “Temporality” from Italy.

Drawing.
Mixed media

look for more of her art at http://www.artmajeur.com/antoniacalabrese/

March 7, 2014

Mail Art by Ruggero Maggi, Italy

The engaged and literally moving 3D mail art by Ruggero Maggi from Italy (which was hard to make a scan of…)

Thanks Ruggero!

March 5, 2014

Mail Art by Dórian Ribas Marinho, Brazil

This interpretation of the theme was received today en send by the much appreciated artist Dórian Ribas Marinho.
“Temporality, Mortality And Impermanence”
Signed printing on paper