Thursday, March 10, 2016

BENNU Asteroid Mission

NASA is calling all space enthusiasts to send their artistic endeavors on a journey aboard NASA’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) spacecraft. This will be the first U.S. mission to collect a sample of an asteroid and return it to Earth for study. Send Your Artwork on a Journey to the Stars http://www.asteroidmission.org/WeTheExplorers/ deadline march 20th =
you can send your artistamps (or anything) on this mission – a REAL mission not an art conceptual project. Only one file/submission per each person.

Also send a print copy of your artistamp submission to GLPost Artistamp Museum due March 31st. If enough artistamps about this mission come into the GLPost Artistamp Museum I’ll create a special section for them to be housed in the museum.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Alexander Kholopov - RUSSIA - 1948 to 2016


Tribute from Natalie Lamanova
 

Artistamps by Natalie Lamanova

 We lived together more then 30 years.
He was  - my love, my husband, my best friend,  my teacher, my assistant...
My loss is huge and irretrievable. 

I'll never forget him.

Natalie Lamanova


The last exhibition devoted to Alexander Kholopov's Fortieth day, 13 February -19 Ferbruary, in Zverev Center, Moscow. Two photos of the exhibition, first photo of exposition with artistamp series "Best people of Ex-USSR", 1999 on right, and drafts on left for the artistamps series "Best sewerage for the best people", 1996. Author of this two series is  Alexander Kholopov. 

Second photo: artists Nickolay Krastschin, Natalie Lamanova, Konstantin Kukhtin, Slava Vinogradov in front of enlargerd image of artistamp selfportrait of Alexander.


Tribute from Steve Smith:
Artitstamp sheet by Steve Smith
The art of Alexander Kholopov can be seen as an example of the
finest work emerging from Mail Art.  His many innovative projects
produced work that reflected his command of composition and color,
mirroring an active intellect and imagination.  The richness of his
imagery gave us a unique vision of the world in which he lived.
Sasha was a fine artist and a generous friend who will be sadly
missed by the International Mail Art community. 
Written by Harley with images by Steve Smith.



Tribute from Jas Felter:
The fortieth day post mortem is of cultural significance in Russia and Natalie Lamanova is putting on an exhibition of Alexander's work to coincide with his fortieth day.
Photo by: Jas, Natasha and Sasha in Moscow, Dec. 1998.
Celebrating Alexander Kholopov's Fortieth day - the day when the soul of the deceased finally leaves our earth.

RIP Sasha.
 
Artistamp by Jas Felter

Tribute from Bobbi Mastrangelo 
Read how a USA Artist become acquainted with Russian Artists in Moscow

Tribute from Vanessa Kister
 Love to Natalie Lamanova❤
Artistamp by Vanessa Kister - Brasil


If you would like to make a commemorative sheet or single stamp it can be added to this post. Deadline: March 31st.