USPS Art Project LA
USPS Art Project LA is fun and my participation in last year’s USPS Art project made for a lot of fun and meeting new artists’ friends. This year is no different. Artist and friend Scott Moore and I collaborated on a 15″x15″ color archival photographic work on paper. Our selection and others picked to show and support USPS are up at the Greenly Art Space in Los Angeles county through July 3rd.
Collaborating with another artist is a combination of fun and scary. Think of the first time riding a rollercoaster. Many twists and turns, your stomach drops, you get banged around a bit, and when it’s finished, you get right back in line and go again. We landed on the title Vernacular Garden, I like this little piece of work it has moxie.
Courtesy of Scott Moore / Doug Winter. The Mother in Me, 15″x15″ Archival photographic print on paper, on view at Greenly Art Space.
The USPS Art Project is a mail art artist collaboration project by Christina Massey in April of 2020. This is a way for artists to feel connected while practicing social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result mailing work supporting the United States Postal Service by sending and receiving packages.
About the gallery
Greenly dedicates their space to enriching lives and cultivating community through art. “We do this by creating contemplative art shows and offering a space for art-making, mentoring, and art therapy.” Greenly Art Space is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture.
The people at Greenly are very kind and extremely helpful during the USPS Art Project LA show. I look forward to open calls from them in the future.