Last month, I joined a group of 193 artists in a post card swap coordinated by Kat Sloma of Kat Eye Studio. Kat did the swap out of the goodness of her heart and asked that you send 5 postcards of your artwork that she would then organize and mail to other participating artists. All you had to do was provide the postcard, postage and your mailing address. I love projects like these and I love the people that coordinate them as I feel this is such a part of giving back that is so important to me.
I received postcards from all around the world and loved going to the mailbox each week to see what Kat had mailed. The photo above shows the special artwork that came my way.
1. Lee Flint “Creativity is piercing the mundane to find the marvelous” – Bill Moyers
2. Nini “there is no path to happiness: happiness is the path.” Siddhartha Gautama
Watch for next year’s swap and join in the fun. Thanks Kat for bringing snail mail full of great art to my mail box this summer. In the meantime enjoy this video that Kat created with pieces from the swap. If you can find my art in the video (its near the middle-hint hint) I will send you a package of postcards for you to mail to your family and friends! Just leave your guess in the comments and I will pick a winner.
Thanks so much Kat, the video made me cry at the beauty that was sent your way!
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