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Category Archives: Mail Art

“The Hidden Wolf Within Me”–Mail Art Submission 2014

Posted By: Margie Babon


Hidden Wolf Call for Entries-Mail Art Project 2014


Thank you to all the participants, we truly appreciate your effort for participating in ‘The Hidden Wolf  Within Me’ mail art submission. For sending priority mail and taking time to produce artistic piece to inspire us, we are sincerely thankful. To all the participants, apology for the one day delay of posting the submission for we have to put other relevant post.

We do hope that this project educate you, gives you awareness to build compassion within your heart towards the relevance of the existence of the endangered gray wolves.


Gratitude to All the Participants!


Victor Femenias

Director, Institute of Visual Arts

(University of Austral.Valdivia. Chile/ 1983-1988)



Clemente Padin

Montevideo- Uruguay



Adrienne Mason

Collage artist from British Columbia, Canada

“We are lucky to have wolves where we live. They put the wild in wilderness!”- Adrienne Mason



Jia Rui Jun




Victor Femenias

Director, Institute of Visual Arts

(University of Austral.Valdivia. Chile/ 1983-1988)



Ingeborgh Rath

Bremerhaven, Germany



Michael Goetz

Rockford, Illinois



Jacquie Lolich

Ukiah, California

Sculpture 12” x 14” x 6”

Constructed of handmade paper, copper wire, natural materials, including materials, including feathers



Pedro Bericat

Zaragoza, Spain



Serse Luigetti

Perugia, Italy




Daniel de Culla

Burgos, Spain







Guiseppe Luca Torraco








“The wolf is neither man’s competitor nor his enemy. He is a fellow creature with whom the earth must be shared.” –L.David Mech, Senior Research Scientist for the U.S. Department of the Interior’s U.S. Geological Survey



To look into the eyes of a wolf is to see your own soul. –  Native American Proverb


Wolves possess something beyond their more obvious attributes of beauty, strength, and intelligence. These animals, who have been maligned for centuries and despised as the embodiment  of all that is cowardly, savage, and cruel, clearly care about one another. They show signs of what we believe are nothing less than empathy and compassion.- Jim and Jamie Dutcher, author, The Hidden Lives of Wolves



To other participants who submitted cartoons, we decided not to include it, this is strictly for ‘Mail Art ‘only, you can join and submit your cartoons for Valentine’s Day 2015, Full of Love–drawing and cartoons call for submission.




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