In the last quarter of 2019 I submitted a postcard for another mail art call - 'Train No. 1.' The Museum of the Railroad History at Alexandrov, Russia (via Eduard Egorov) extended the invitation for participation in the project. This mail art project is "dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the first passenger-train arrival on the 1st of January 1870." Close to 100 participants responded to the call. Entries for this exhibition can be found on the project's blog.
I enjoyed working on my postcard, which was mailed on October 15. My entry is exhibited on the project's blog HERE.
More mail from Ilya Semenenko-Basin...
The enclosed postcard was adorned with Ilya's signature postage stamp art. Beautiful!
Mail from December 2018:
The Lyons’ Den received a very first piece of mail from Moscow, Russia via Ilya Semenenko-Basin. Ilya used postage stamps and glue to create an interesting collage.
The collage I received was done on a post card, and features a number of circles and other shapes.
Jayne Barket Lyons, Mail Artist and Collector of Stuff.