the skills that I have learned under Molly's teaching are ones that I am able to apply and incorporate into any of my creative endeavors and her enthusiasm, encouragement and willingness to share "trade secrets" are inspirational. After class my head is brimming with ideas for future projects. - Beth
Thank you for the fun, wonderful,
Molly gives great detailed instructions and fascinating suggestions for what you can do.
I got the sense that she is incredibly excited about doing this and it makes me want to do it to.
It sparked a lot of ideas for me. -Lee
Molly is an excellent teacher and she is extremely encouraging
for those of us that are new artists. - Cindy
...A fun course with lots of incorporated techniques and examples.
I also appreciated her impreciseness -
...the workshop was so inspiring. Molly does an amazing job of creating weekly projects. Her approach is so encouraging and I learned so many techniques. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and looked forward to each week to see what she in store for us. One more thing is that it is pretty cool to see that people from all over can participate together. - Karen
I was invited to take part in this incredibly fun talk with Margret Petrie about
art, process, getting stuck!
those pesky monkey-mind thoughts,
and lots of other topics!
You can listen to the laughs and hopefully be inspired to get into your own scraps!
The Traveling Postal Club
The Traveling Postal Club is a free -to-all, community, mail-art project/gathering that fellow artist, Anne Baumgartner & I started in 2017. Past public projects include: "Dear Los Angeles" and "Remember This Name"
The ongoing project "Tell Me One Thing" was born out of a wish for wisdom. If we can't physically be together, we can still let each other know one thing: an 'i love you' or an 'i baked bread!' or 'did you know dogs can talk?' something that connects you and one other person. The community comes in when you share that 'one thing, one letter, one person' with the rest of us. The joy, the wisdom, the one thing spreads out to all of us missing our families and friends... we can all do our part to lift each other up with one little thing!
If you love mail-art or letter writing and want to make a difference not only in somebody's mailbox, but in someone's day,
join us in writing to people anywhere, anytime.
HOW TO JOIN IN
But for the actual mail you send,
this public project will be entirely virtual for now.
Once you've created your mail-art, written your letter or postcard and have it ready to send, take a photo of the front and the back side
(cover-up the address) and tag us on Instagram @thetravelingpostalclub and/or use the hashtag #tellmeonethingTPC
or send it to us in a direct message (DM)
and we'll share your creativity
on The Traveling Postal Club Instagram feed for all to enjoy!