Bar Cam is a prolific mail artist from Piemonte region in Italy. Her mail art is the part of many mail art exhibitions and collections. She enjoys painting and drawing animals, landscapes and nature, as well as re-interpretations of classic painting masterpieces. More about Bar Cam art can be found on her blog and website. Advertisements
Barbara a.k.a. Bar Cam is an artist from Novara, Italy. Bar Cam is an active mail artist who contributed to numerous projects but also enjoys her paintings – portraits, animals, religious themes, reinterpretations of the old masterpieces. Bar Cam has taken part in 2016 Droitwich Mail Art exhibition, too.
Barbara aka Bar Cam from is an artist from Novara in Italy. She send us a postcard titled ‘Shake’ in oil on paper. Bar Cam works mostly in paintings and her work can be seen on her website.
BarCam is an artist from Novara, Italy. She exhibited in Droitwich Mail Art exhibitions in 2016, 2017 and 2018, and she sent us a little booklet “Librillola”, a crayon drawing on the black card. BarCam is an artist who enjoys experimenting with different subjects and techniques, and she is an active member of the mail […]
Argentina Raquel Gociol, Walter Brovia, Graciela Bello, Viviana Andrada, Maria E. Quiroga, Australia Robyn Banks, Jade Herriman, Sharon Attenborough Austria Klaus Pinter, Piroska Horváth, Monika Mori, Alexander Charistos, Belgium Mzia Valerian, The Wasted Angel, Jan Theuninck, Marie-Christine De Grave, Miche-Art-Universalis Brazil Maria Darmeli Araujo, Jane Beatriz Sperandio Balconi, Luiza G P Gutierrez, Erminia Marasca Soccol, Sirlei Caetano, Jeanete Ecker Köhler, Neiva Mattioli Leite, Carmen Remedios, Maria Julieta R. […]
On Tuesday, 2nd August 2017, the exhibition was set up and opened for public in the public library gallery in Droitwich Spa. I was overwhelmed with a number and a quality of artworks as they were arriving, but once when everything was set up on the gallery walls – it all came together as a […]
The second Droitwich Mail Art exhibition is opened! The theme was to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare’s death, but also his plays, characters, life in Tudor times, theatre, tragedy and comedy.