The Letter Project

September 14, 2012

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Filed under: Letters,Mailart — Theresa Williams @ 9:03 pm
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Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 1

Illustrated letter concerning writing and art from Jack Galmitz.   Page one (above).  Subsequent pages (below).  ADDENDUM:  Photo sent to me through email with the following note:

Theresa, is it too late to attach this to the poem “I Write” as an
illustration? I know I didn’t mail it, but it seems to capture the
complexity mechanically of the simple phrase-an illustration of the
poem.
Jack

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 2

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 3

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 4

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 5

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 6

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 7

Letter from Jack Galmitz, page 8

The poem that was inspired by a letter exchange between Jack Galmitz and Theresa Williams, page 1

Jack’s poem, page 2

ADDENDUM:  An illustration based on the poem, sent to me in an email from Jack Galmitz:

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2 Comments »

  1. I know zilch about art, yet I enjoyed the collages (especially the primary colors) and the poetry in the letter as well as the more obvious poems.

    Comment by sagewriter — September 14, 2012 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

  2. PS: Love the images in “The Milkmaid.” Reminds me of a painting at my mom’s house. Sorry I don’t know the artist, but it’s my favorite among her prints and paintings.

    Comment by sagewriter — September 14, 2012 @ 11:28 pm | Reply


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