Visitors - feel free to “heart” every card you really like. The cards with the most hearts will be winners of this show. And we invite you to participate in the lottery associated with this exhibition and will post the link to it on March 20.
Artists and creative types who would like to post their handmade postcard art on the theme of Spring, please follow these rules:
Only one card per posting
You may post more than one card (each in their separate posting) up to 5 cards in total.
We would love a short description of techniques used, inspirations or explanations. Titled or untitled at your choice. And please add the word “willing” if you are willing to offer your card – if it is one of the winners – to the winner of the lottery. No worries if not – I will have other ways to reward them.
Artists are also welcome to “heart” as many cards as you like (including your own!) and to participate in the lottery as well.
Winners will be announced next weekend. Sorry - only one prize per person!
Enjoy, one and all!
This goes to category - oddly shaped /square card, even tho I haven’t cut it yet. For me it represent spring,easter and the far right rabbit, is "the grazy one "from the group. The one friend who always play jokes and makes everyone else laugh. The one who have endless source of energy,no matter what. His name is Antero Mannerlaatta-hHnngh ( Antero TectonicPlate-hHnngh )
-Made mostly with watercolours, But a bit of coloured pencils, neocolor2 watersoluble wax pastels and gouache paint. Paper is Hahnemühle 300 gr/m² - Fine grain.
Sturdy enough to send without envelope but because of the odd shape,i would use envelope.
Yay, happy spring! Here’s a tiny accorn individual writting a letter to his friends… I drew this on Photoshop, and my inspirations were the graphic novel “Jolies ténèbres” and “Arthur and the Invisibles”
This card shows a spring scene - the crocusses bloom right now!
The sculpture “balance” is from my father, the photograph taken by myself.
Translation of the quote: “Love is if two are coming together to create greater harmony.”