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|January 29, 30, 31, 2011. The last days of January, and they were dedicated to answering a few mail art calls. "Endless Tune" is a theme for Yaku in Japan, it was sent for Jan.29. Her project includes using her image of a piano for our mail art composition. My collage had as it's base the wrapping from "Endless" paper kitchen towels! Ivan Semisov in Russia has a project with the theme" Long Distance Running". And with the base being a map of Greece, I added an image of a ancient bronze statue of a woman runner. Women could not participate in the Ancient Olympic games, but they had their own games in honor of the goddess Hera. And for Jan.31, I sent to Brad, an "ART DETOX" image from our Chicago meeting for his "Fluxus Dakota" . And now for February: red ...and hearts and stuff ;-)|
This woman with the beautiful smile makes me smile. She does indeed have style.
She has so many apples in her basket! I wonder if she and her family get to eat those apples. Sometimes people who harvest produce can't afford to buy the same produce. I wish there was a way to find a balance between growing healthy, chemical and GMO-free food and keeping that production affordable. In the US organic foods are very expensive. I don't know if that is the case in the rest of the world, though. I hope this lady's beautiful smile is due in part to a healthy diet of fresh fruit and vegetables.
This is heading to Morrissey at college. I remember college being a bit unbalancing ... too many choices sometimes.
This A4 piece started off with a snowflake outline, that I picked up at a recent education technology show and I had intended to make a wintery scene.
However, as soon as I saw the white shapes on the black background, I just knew a ninja was hiding in there somewhere!
Because of the size, I'm going to send this to a mailartist in the UK. Not sure who yet
After my drawing class this week I just wanted to get myself back collaging. It's an art form I feel comfortable with.
The stamps came from a brilliant post crossing I received a while back from holland. The piece was made of cardboard and had 6 sudokus on it and a load of NL stamps.
In order to register the card I had to solve all 6 sudokus.
It took me aaaaaaaaages.