“Why the long delay between REAL walls at the moment?” you may be wondering. The answer is really simple. Winter.
Our present house is rented, which means we can’t just stick up willy-nilly as we did in our own house previously, as the adhesive we use, Blu-tac, sometimes rips off the paintwork and we would rather like our deposit back.
So the wall I’ve chosen as my main REAL wall is in the conservatory, and most of your postcards are opened then put in the conservatory in an ever-expanding pile waiting for it to be warm enough for me to bear to go out and stick them up on the wall. December and January have been WAY too cold for my pathetic little body to take, not to mention the winter hibernation, but this weekend was finally warm enough to get some postcards on the walls.
The large painting is a long-overdue posting which came from Clohn Art to me while I was still at my old address. The reason it’s taken so long to go up on the wall is that I thought it was so good, I couldn’t help but take it into work, where it’s been next to my desk for the last 4 months. Check out the Clohn art site, where you can pick up a sample of trash art for bargain basement prices.
The 4th wasp in Cornpone‘s series is next to that, and those pieces are joined by some of my favourite mailartists of all, JJ, Heleen (complete with Postcrossing stamps! Yay) and Katerina Nikoltsou, who I will be seeing next month in Paris as part of the Mim mailart meetup.
Other gems on the wall come from Kerri Pullo, Mim and Hope, whose Keep writing project is well worth the asking price on Etsy I can tell you.
Thanks to everyone on the wall for contributing your fabulous art and post from all over the world as ever.
If any mailartists do happen to be in Paris in Mid-October, do drop me a line, as I’d love for Mims mailart meet to be HUGE!