InkGoesWildAlaska

InkGoesWildAlaska, United States of America
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  • Member since Joined 6th Feb., 2021
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About Corinne...

Hi,

I just recently found out about postcrossing and thought it sounded like a lot of fun. I am a Christian artist, living in Alaska. My artwork consists of Japanese Gyotaku, digital illustration, photography, and digitally stylized photographs. You can see my artwork on my website Ink Goes Wild Alaska, and can check out my artwork postcards in my online Zazzle store (store link on my website).

I enjoy spending time studying God's Word, hiking, photography, antiques, working out, hunting, fishing, creating Gyotaku fish and octopus rubs, creating digital illustrations and designs using my digital sketch tablet, attending church, inviting girlfriends over for coffee and/or tea, foraging for wild blueberries, salmon berries, edible mushrooms and other plants.

I also like dogs and cats. My husband and I have an older rescue dog named Gunner. We believe Gunner was somewhere around 6 to 8 years old when we adopted him. He's an American Eskimo and is a really sweet dog.

I enjoy sending out postcards which feature my artwork and photographs. I try to send postcards that fit people's interests. If someone doesn't mind getting a postcard inside of an envelope, and they happen to have an interest that matches one of my stickers, I will include one them along with the postcard.

Some of the things l enjoy seeing on postcards are:
beautiful scenery
animals
cute cartoons
pretty artwork or illustrations
steampunk designs
whimsical
fairy tales
cute
retro
funny
your artwork
your photographs

I'm not picky and am happy to receive any and all postcards. Including handmade postcards, and postcards in envelopes.

Here is a short, minute and a half, video about the town I live in.
https://youtu.be/7hieOCk5Jww

Here is a music video that was shot here.
https://youtu.be/io8GX4zMemg

Here is a short (a little over one minute) video that shows part of my Gyotaku art process. https://youtu.be/3eEuo7Nst-Q

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