Whilst out of touch with cyber world, I received a bunch of cool mail.
Below are a few stragglers from World Banana Day. The first piece was highly entertaining on so many levels… Arriving from Albuquerque, NM, I can only think that this is the work of the wildly successful and amazing David Stafford.
You must read the inscription!
Anna Banana, herself, returned a piece to me in celebration of World Banana Day and as a thank you for her birthday greetings.
More Banana Mail arrived from Fake Fine Art/Indiana Rogers, in the form of Trash Pop! It is ever so Warhol-ish in its presentation.
Were you wondering what an empty soup can has to do with bananas?
An envelope arrived last fall and got lost among the detritus of life, only to be rediscovered in the current phase of spring cleaning and purging. My sincerest apologies to Art Like Art (http://artlikeart.com/) for not having responded to this trove of treasures in a more timely manner!
Much to my delight, she also sent an Add ‘n Pass!
Secret Garden was a collage print I received from Jane Smith. Her collages are always fun and whimsical.
In an extension of the Liberate Your Art 2014 Postcard Swap, Jill Eudaly of Recycled Daze (http://www.jeudaly.blogspot.com/) sent me one of her extra printables. It is a page from her e-book, ‘Fly Me to the Moon.’
Guido Vermeulen (http://mailartinternationale.blogspot.com/) lives in Brussels, Belgium. His mail art is always a welcome find.
The contents of the envelope included a poem and an art print, ‘Night of the Hunter.’
Mim Scalin (http://mim4art.blogspot.com/) wanted to thank me for the 100th birthday card I created and sent to her mother. Mim’s compositions are always a feast for the eyes.
Last, but not least, is the mailing I received from a new friend, Eunice Whitaker of the UK. We were paired up for the Great Big Stitched Postcard Swap!
Thanks ever so much to everyone for the mailings! If you’re looking for a return from me, you’ll get it soon!
Happy Trash to you, until we meet again!