Wednesday, 31 August 2011

... IN MEMORY OF NANCY SCALI ...

Nancy Scali's last supper of Andreas Hofer


today the catalogue for Nancy Scali came back with a sad notice; Nancy has been ill the last years and now I found the message online that she has passed away:

Born October 28, 1946, passed away June 3, 2011, in Claremont, CA. She graduated from Chaffey High School, in 1964, and Chapman University, in 1968, with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Art. Nancy later earned elementary and administrative credentials and taught in the public schools for 35 years. She retired from the Ontario/Montclair School District in 2008. She is survived by her husband, Thomas Scali; her son, Ian; and a brother, Houston Dewey of Clifton Virginia. Nancy was 64 years of age.

here you can see her submissions to the Bismarck project: http://bismarck-mail-art.blogspot.com/search?q=Scali


and here all the other nice stuff I got from her: http://socks-stockings.blogspot.com/search?q=arriving+Nancy


and her lovely submissions for the call Andreas Hofer: http://andreas-hofer.blogspot.com/search?q=arriving+Nancy

Tuesday, 30 August 2011

arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)





arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - two more modified Venus from Heinz, and two photos of an abondoned Venus in Darmstadt, near her birthplace Arheilgen. Thank you.

Monday, 29 August 2011

... some more modified Venus of the last week ...






















arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)



arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - a new bloody modification of the Venus by Heinz. Thank you.

Sunday, 28 August 2011

... abandoned Venus inside the shop of Kunstverein Kassel ...




abandoned and photographed by Jürgen O. Olbrich

Saturday, 27 August 2011

arriving mail art from Mette Aarre & Ottmar Bergmann (Sweden)



arriving mail art from Mette Aarre & Ottmar Bergmann (Sweden) - a colourful postcard with a repro of a collaged cat called General Katz. Thank you.

Friday, 26 August 2011

arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)







arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - two postcards with variations of the Venus from Arheilgen. Thank you.

arriving mail art from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy)



arriving mail art from Bruno Chiarlone (Italy) - he used a postcard from the Museum of Temporary Art and collaged something over it. Thank you.

Thursday, 25 August 2011

arriving mail art from Frieder Speck (Germany)











arriving mail art from Frieder Speck (Germany) - Frieder has sent me three postcards, modified Venus from Arheilgen - he called them: Nixe von Arheilgen, Tante von Arheilgen and Amazone von Arheilgen. Thank you.
here his blog: http://donthavenone.blogspot.com/

arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)









arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - Heinz abandoned a Venus at a souvenir shop in Rüdesheim a. Rhein, besides he sent another modified Venus inside a collaged envelope. Thank you.

arriving mail art from Susan McAllister (USA)



arriving mail art from Susan McAllister (USA) - it seemed to be a silkscreen postcard with magical faces. Thank you.

arriving mail art "circulaire 132, No. 69" from R. F. Côté (Canada)



arriving mail art "circulaire 132, No. 69" from R. F. Côté (Canada) - Thank you. More of the inside you can see on his blog: http://circulaire132.blogspot.com/


Wednesday, 24 August 2011

arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany)



arriving mail art from Heinz W. Lotz (Germany) - he passed on his birthday card he got from UK here with an image of Jürgen Olbrich who carries a Venus from Arheilgen. Thank you.

arriving mail art from Thorsten Fuhrmann (Germany)



arriving mail art from Thorsten Fuhrmann (Germany) - a modified russian postcard. Thank you.

arriving prisoner of war post from Anonymous

arriving prisoner of war post from Anonymous - sent via postal experiment, inside a pink advice of delivery card, nothing else. Thank you.

Tuesday, 23 August 2011

... free give-away ...



if you like to have this thuesday venus let me know in a comment, first come first serve

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Saturday, 20 August 2011

arriving mail art from Frieder Speck (Germany)



arriving mail art from Frieder Speck (Germany) - Frieder has sent me the modified poster orange, he made a nice portrait of a murderer, who killed his wife the axe. Thank you.
here his blog: http://donthavenone.blogspot.com