A few more lovely artists have sent me pictures of their random acts of mail art kindness.
First up, one from Care:
"I immediately thought of my aunt Pat, whose paintings hung in my grandparents' house. Aunt Pat studied fine art at BGSU, and many years later I received a BFA from there, too. Pat lives across country from me now, and I've never really talked to her much about art or acknowledged the seeds of inspiration she unknowingly planted in my young mind. I took this opportunity to create a collage centered around an old b&w family photo of Pat as a little girl. I'm sending it along with an overdue thank you note."
Next is one from Jennifer:
"I made this postcard and decided to send to my aunt. She lives close but don't talk very often. Life can be tough for her so thought it might brighten her day."
Last is this from Tina:
"I've attached a PC that I sent as a thank you note. I drive by a house that puts out a tremendous amount of decorations for each of Easter, Halloween, and Christmas. They have tons of giant blow ups, lights everywhere - just a chaotic mess of happiness. Each time I drive by, I laugh at the their exuberance. They have clearly chosen a way to stand out."