Gill’s photos of Zambia are also waaaay better than my 12-year-old collection; I’m desperate to revisit some time! Thanks to Gill and her depth of knowledge we had the trip of a lifetime both in Zambia and forays into Botswana and Namibia (Caprivi).
My first mail art…
Ruth Bourne is a Droitwich Spa photographer and a member of f.Action group of photographers. Ruth has an interest in all aspects of photography – portraits, nature, architecture, landscape, macro… She sent us her black & white photograph “Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
This gallery contains 22 photos.
A few summery shots from the confetti fields at Wick, near Pershore, Worcs, UK. Delphiniums to die for….
One of the many great Mail Art entries this year…
Michael Ridge is Sound and New Media artist from Norwich, UK, who works under alias Zebra Mu. He works with found objects, sound storage mediums (vinyls and cassette tapes) and is a part of drawing/zine/mail art duo Ridge & Scrase.
For full information about Michael’s work, please visit his website.
Good to see so many taking part – looking forward to the exhibition!
The official deadline for the submissions has passed and now comes an exciting time of sorting, photographing and publishing of all fantastic mail art that has kept arriving in last 3 months.
138 artists from 25 countries sent us their postcards and, I must admit, I still don’t have an exact number of artworks. The response was overwhelming, and we have posts from mail art veterans (Ryosuke Cohen, Horst Tress, Katerina Nikoltsou…) and some very young artists that never exhibited their art abroad before.
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Just a few phone photos from a sunny Sunday last October at the Wildlife Trust HQ. Just found this lurking in the drafts folder!