Nichola's mail art always has a fleeting, watery feel that slips through one's hands in a rustle. the sound of the envelope, the motif of the fish and the amibuous signs are curious. In another language.
Our duahgter has just returned from Japan and she describes its other-worldliness. The mystery, the generosity and the aesthetic. Nichola's mail art helps me to understand.
I'm an artist-educator who uses imagery in all that I do, from painting, drawing, print-making and mail art to reflective journals around action research in schools. I believe in creating learning environments that are democratic, and collaborative where we are honest, open and caring.