There is a slight difference between mail art and correspondence art, other than either are a welcome sight in your mail box Getting a particularly early start to this Sunday morning I searched google about correspondence mail art on my iPad, this is significant as the iPad with a smaller screen doesn’t show a long list.
I’m amazed, a bit delighted that I’m 6th one down on the google search. What truLy made my heart beat faster I’m nestled between a PDF. Dissertation from the Chicago Art Institute and right below me is MOMA not bad company if I say so myself. Especially as I am an artist and it mentions our Museum right in the first two lines allotted. (Yes Virginia Lake Worth Beach does have a Historic Museum)
Does this mean my mail is now collectible ?
“I read both. MOMA references a bottle dropped from a transatlantic crossing with instructions inside the bottle “forward to MOMA library”. So I thought I would shAre this shoe which was received by the Windisch-Hunt Fine Art Gallery. Lol That’s pushing the envelope.
http://oneearsociety.blogspot.com/2009_01_01_archive.html This link might be of interest to those who enjoy getting mail.
Ended my day with Youtube “Artiststamps at ExPostal Facto” on the internet coming from a SanFrancisco Library panel discussion. be.com/watch?v=2iiXfiSRpG0
If you don’t have time to go to Lake Worth Beach’s Historical Museum to see our limited collection try this link https://lakeworthcentennial.wordpress.com/