Katerina Nikoltsou [Greece]

Katerina Nikoltsou is a mail artist, member of IUOMA, from Thessaloniki in Greece. She contributed her mail art in all previous Droitwich Mail Art exhibitions. For this exhibition, she sent two postcards with her very royal-looking self-portraits. Advertisements

Katerina Nikoltsou (Greece)

Katerina Nikoltsou from Thessaloniki in Greece contributed her mail art to this year’s exhibition with a small postcard in acrylic and collage, titled “Greek Mountain Aegean Sea”.  Katerina is IUOMA member and here you may see her mail art in Droitwich from 2015 and 2016.

Katerina Nikoltsou (Greece)

Greek mail art artist Katerina Nikoltsou sent her collage and mixed media with a quote of Titania from ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’: ‘Out of this wood do not desire to go.Thou shalt remain here whether thou wilt or no. I am a spirit of no common rate.‘ Katerina was participant of the last year’s exhibition.

Artists

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. […]

Long Live the Art! the exhibition is open

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 […]

2017 exhibition update

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 […]