Mail Art is the creative process by which it is used as a means of transmitting the traditional postal service and, therefore, postcards, envelopes, stamps and postmarks are some of the medium on which is possible expression of this art. The artists mainly use techniques such as collages, painting, drawing, photos, writing, textil, recycle art, origami, digital art etc.
"Art in the Mail" is my personal project of Mail Art, I will create ArtWorks in small format, where painting, drawing and collage predominate, they are sent to different artists and galleries throughout the world as to future events related to the art movement in question.

Wednesday 15 June 2011

51# P2- ABSORPTION (Pranic Constructions series)

Acrylic on cut cardboard ; 12.5x17.5cm; 2011
Sent to Mail Artist Julie Bynum (Parrish,Florida-U.S.A.)

Received from Julie Bynum.
Watercolor and ink on paper; 15.2x11.5cm; 2011

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