Linda Domnick

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Four words to describe your work:

Postage Stamp Collage Art


Creative Process:

The one thing I like best about postage stamps is that they create travel.  Their very existence demands that they take a trip.  They are used to send letters, postcards and parcels around the world.  It’s quite a job for something so small.
I have come across quite a mixture of themes when I look through my stamps.
Some stamps celebrate people; Authors, Presidents, Kings, Queens and the occasional Dictator.  Some stamps support various causes; Nursing, The Space Race, World Peace and some stamps demanding us to do something; “End Hunger Now!” and some stamps, well they are just so gosh darn pretty. 
I acquired a large amount of postage stamps from a collector.  I gave them a good home, meaning they sat in my closet for about 6 years.  Every once in a while, I would take a look at them and think, “I could be a collector.”  Then I would get overwhelmed and closed the lid.
Then one day, being in a crafty mood I made my first postage stamp art. Seeing these postage stamps displayed in art is so much more satisfying than being stuck in albums on a shelf.  I loved working with the stamps and I loved the finished product.  A business was born!

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