Posts tagged ‘Mail art’

April 8, 2015

Spring Is In The Air

Today we were playing with our minds on the Spring and the fall, so we arranged a falling Spring with Bubbles.

May 25, 2014

Mail Art by Monica Rex, USA

Monica Rex, International Blowing Bubbles Day, Mail art

Incoming mail art by Monica Rex.

May 12, 2014

Mail Art by Ryosuke Cohen, japan

Ryosuke Cohen, International Blowing Bubbles Day

Another late, but very welcome, mail art by Ryosuke Cohen

May 7, 2014

May 6 2014, The Poem by Ans van Kessel

Ans van Kessel, International Blowing Bubbles Day

Ans van Kessel recited her poem “Om jou te ontmoeten” in Dutch in the “Engelse Tuin”.
The English and the Finnish version :

To meet you

If a blown bubble
touches the clouds

your breath on
Earth blows

I will be beared

no pain no storm
rushes through my garden

lost and again

the days full
summer flowers

a kite

tensed to get
higher than high

ascend, descend

circling to

in a world

where people
sing of peace.


Sinut kohdatakseen

Kun puhallettu kupla
koskettaa pilviä

hengityksesi tuulee maan yli
silloin minua kannatellaan

ei kipu eikä myrsky
puutarhaani riuhdo

kadotettu ja uudelleen

päivät täynnä kesäkukkia


jännitetty jotta
korkeuksista korkeimpaan

nousisi, laskisi

sinut kohdatakseen


jossa ihmiset
laulavat rauhasta


translated by Liisa Rauhakoski


May 7, 2014

Mail Art by Tracy Miller-Robbins, USA

Tracy Miller-Robbins

Never say never… At the last moment before we left to make the exhibition the mail art of Tracy Miller-Robbins arrived.
Drawing on cardboard.

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

Digital print.

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

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

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.

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.

Handmade paper
Iron wire
Nail polish
Paint stamps