Sunday, March 29, 2015

Asemic Writing with Lenna

My second post on my recent Mail Art swap with Jo and Lenna. 
Lenna is a very talented artist who lives in Florida. She sent me this lovely lady with her asemic writing in the background...
It came in a wonderful envelope (I just love opening my mailbox when art arrives - it really makes my day :)  )
Since I had my retro thing going with Jo, I continued it with Lenna....I started using my geli plate to create the background (you can see me practice my writing on my under paper). 
I am still getting the hang of it - I always get challenged with inadvertently getting muddy colours..
The image was from an IBM ad..
With a picture that can be interpreted however you like (I like  "a career girl with attitude").
I carried over to the envelope as well - here is the front.
And here is the back - plane catching pace!!!!
These are all the envelopes from my arting weekend awhile back....Enjoy. Jewels



5 comments:

  1. Wonderful to visit both mine and yours again, thanks jewels ;) I really struggled with the idea of the asemic writing, but once I did it of course I wondered why?? It was fun! I cherish your card & envelope!

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  2. I really enjoy seeing your designs, I love what you produce :o))
    Have a good week ahead {{Hugs}} x

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  3. I had to look up the definition of asemic writing and I believe my normal handwriting would quality. LOL Your artsy mail is fabulous and would be perfect for National Letter Writing Month of April...which I participate in each year with a large FaceBook group. Those Gelli plates are quite the challenge for me as messy is not my favorite craft medium. Creative Artsy Bliss...

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  4. It's so wonderful to see yours and Lenna's part of the 'We {heart} Mail Art' swap :) You seem to have a never ending supply of supercool retro images, lol!

    I have to think very carefully about the order I use my colours when Gelli-ing - and yes, mud is always a wrong decision away!

    xxx

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  5. You 3 look like you're having a good time with all the swaps. Fun to see.

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