Droitwich Mail Art has got the Facebook page. As I am working on it retrospectively, it builds up very slowly. For now, there are few posts only and two albums of previous exhibitions (2015 and 2016).
I am looking forward to add more material soon as some excellent and exciting mail art arrived for this year’s exhibition in August.
Please visit the page – like it, leave the comment or message!
LONG LIVE THE ART!
Call for mail art artist to celebrate the ART.
The ART has changed its styles, significance and meaning so many times throughout the history, but it has always been a constant part of humanity and the lives of people. Everybody enjoys the ART – commons and royals, children and adults, blue collars and white collars – the art should not know any borders, limits or restrictions. The ART is capable to fit into any shape and form, to fulfil any expectation, to adapt to be understandable to all and to be enigmatic and mysterious. The ART has a duty to enhance the reality, to see the beauty, to recognise diversity, to provoke our thoughts, to call for a rebellion, to punch and shake us.
Please give your view of the art and send us your MAIL ART.
Theme: Long Live The Art!
Format: please choose A6 (10cm X 15cm), A5 (15cm X 21cm) or A4 (21cm X 29cm), if possible.
No entry fee, no returns, all mail art will be exhibited. Racist, violent and pornographic artworks will not be exhibited.
Artist’s /artwork’s details: Please give us clearly written – your name, title of the work, email address, website (if any). Please confirm your submission by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All artworks will be published on Droitwich Mail Art website.
Deadline: 15th June 2017
The exhibition will be held during the ArtsFest in Droitwich Spa, UK (1 – 30 August 2017).
Send your artworks to:
Droitwich Mail Art
19 Impney Way
Contact us: email@example.com
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.
Serse Luigetti is a mail artist from Perugia, Italy, who is active in the mail art movement since beginning of 1980s. He sent us two prints.
Marzia Maria Braglia is an artist from Italy. She is involved in paintings, mail art, poetry… Marzia sent us her ‘l’arte in cartolina’ inspired by Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ play. More about Marzia’s art can be found on her website.
Bob Addy is a member of Droitwich Arts Network. He sent us a ‘Lady Macbeth’ in black and white LinoCut. Bob used a photograph from the internet, manipulated it in Photoshop and than cut the lino block by using CNC machine. The actual print was made by hand.
Janine Kucharczyk from France is a member of Les Amis des Arts de Voiron, and this is her second year of exhibition her mail art in Droitwich. Janine sent us two postcards inspired by Shakespeare tragedy ‘Hamlet’. More about Janine’s art can be find on her website.