JuneCalendar -- Massachusetts -- USA

4"x 6"Quilted Fabric Postcards
June's textile cards make use of the selvedge edge of the fabric... that little strip on the edge that gets cut off and thrown away nine times out of ten! It's interesting to see this extra information being used in such a creative and beautiful way. Thank you June for these lovely cards!

AngieCope -- Wisconsin -- USA

StephanieBlake -- Alabama -- USA

Anne Braunschweig -- NewMexico -- USA

Christine Jones -- Queensland -- AUSTRALIA

These are from a series : 'Flood Art' - the photographs were damaged by the January flood waters. A friend rescued them and Christine has been embellishing and sending them out as Mail Art in association with the group from mailart365.blogspot.com.
Take a few minutes to look over the works on that site. They are a fascinating and diverse group of artists working on a noble project: creating and sending mail art every day. Several of these artists have submitted works here as well.
There are some great pieces on their excellent site, and you'll find more of Christine's work there under the label of BrisChris.


Miche-Art-Universalis -- Merkplas -- BELGIUM

Collage. 4"x 6"
Miche-Art-Universalis is also hosting a very interesting Mail Art Call:
"1001 Nights / Sheherazade"or, "My Favorite Fairy Tale."
Send to Miche-Art-Universalis, Steenweg op Beerse, 9 2330 Merksplas, BELGIUM
Free size/medium, response to all, deadline is end of 2011.

RosaGravino -- ARGENTINA

Multimedia pen, ink, chiffon fabric collage, embroidery, and thread. 4"x 6" 

Helder Coelho Dias -- Coruche -- PORTUGAL

The Dress
Acrylic, permanent ink, collage and fabric 
on old advertising  poster; 17.3x13cm; 2011.
Fabric envelope shown below:

Death Workers: 3 children, 1 woman, 1 man
See more of Helder's mail art work: www.artinthemail.blogspot.com

AnaPrvanov -- Pancevo -- SERBIA



I'm a Superhero -- Iowa -- USA

Mark sent this tribute to his son to the Gallery. 
Multimedia crib pad, mailed rolled and stamped.


Simon Warren -- Tring -- UNITED KINGDOM

This additional textile arrived from Simon this morning. 
Yes... just like this. No envelope, just this hand addressed textile.
Simply amazing!