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Monday, May 26, 2014

A Ferry on Friday


















My long weekend got off to a terrific start on Friday with a beautiful ferry ride from San Francisco to Marin county, two inspiring altered book shows, a fun visit to an art supply shop with typewriters hanging on the wall and lunch outside under a huge oak tree at a local Greek Festival.
Today I collaged some cards from the ephemera I picked up to send to the friends I was with on Friday.
You know who you are.

Been getting a lot done this weekend too -- made a zine, collages, finished 24 assembling pages to send off to Germany, some mail art.
And I saw a really fun film last night called CHEF.
I recommend it -- but either eat first or plan a great dinner out afterwards because all the beautiful food in the film will make you hungry.

Having a good weekend, you all?
I'd like to hear what all of you are doing.....


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16 comments:

  1. Oh me, oh my... quick, where's the fainting couch....CLUNK!

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    1. Oh no, Vizma....maybe a martini will help restore you........

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  2. What a great day for a ferry trip. Here in Cascadia, we spent much of the weekend working in the postal sweatshop on Cascadia Artpost's next sending in anticipation of the Summer Solstice, to enter the mails on June 2.

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    1. Oh--a postal sweatshop --I like that, Jack. can't wait to see what wonderful things you produced. Your work is always so great.

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  3. The Mr. Zip tote is so cute!

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    1. Cindy -- isn't it, though? Love it. Anything postal and I want it.....

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  4. Marvelous views and that show must have been spectacular. xox

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    1. Corrine, good shows -- altered books are so cool.

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  5. swoon! such wonderful photos, and those book exhibits look amazing.

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    1. Thanks, Karen. When you come back to SF -- let's take the ferry!

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  6. Dolmas! I missed the festival this year. Thanks for making me remember the fun and good food and all the mail art freebies I picked up. :)

    Where did you get Mr. Zip??? You have a wonderful life!

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    1. Limner-- you can always make your own Dolmas (I often do). And if you go on Amazon and search for Mr Zip tote bag you should find one pretty easily. He is cute, isn't he?

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  7. Dorothy Yuki and I had work in the altered book show. Dorothy's placed Honorable Mention.

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