When I take a paper and a pencil and begin to draw some lines, I always end up with something that looks like a skirted lady. This a blog about women with a skirt. This is a blog about skirts with a lady in it.
The Skirted Ladies Blog

Wednesday, May 31, 2006

FROM 018: Barend G. Van der Gracht, Belgium

FROM 017: Bridie Knight, Australia
'Skirting on Ice'

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

FROM 016: Manekino, USA
Digital sending

This is a beautiful Skirted Lady I received in my e-mailbox from Manekino. Thanks a lot Manekino. (www.mailart.org)
So, you see, also digital mailings are very wecome for this project. You can send it to brutuspostoffice@gmail.com

Monday, May 29, 2006

FROM 015: Pati Bristow, California, USA

FROM 014: Eric Coraboeuf, France

FROM 013: Eric Coraboeuf, France

FROM 012: Eric Coraboeuf, France

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

FROM 011: Eric Coraboeuf, France

Monday, May 22, 2006

FROM 010: Luis Diaz Garcia, Spain

FROM 009: Point Jaune, Switzerland

FROM 008: Nicole Eippers, Belgium

Sunday, May 21, 2006

TO: Frips, Belgium
'They Never Will Be Skirted Ladies'

TO: Frips, Belgium

Friday, May 19, 2006

FROM 007: Denis Charmot, France

Thursday, May 18, 2006

FROM 006: Richard Sears, Canada

FROM 005: Renée Wagemans, The Netherlands

FROM 004: Simon Warren Journal Project, UK

This is hand written journal from the Simon Warren Journal Project. I don't know yet if it has something to do with Skirted Ladies. But I'll read it as soon as possible.

Monday, May 15, 2006

Fontaine de la Reine, Paris

After a little search on Google, I found this picture (1903) by Eugene Atget. It is the 'Fontaine de la Reine' or 'Fontain of The Queen' in English in Paris. On the corner of Rue St. Denis and Rue Grenata. Probably it isn't the Fontaine de la Reine of the bottle of water I bought yesterday, but you never know. Maybe the Skirted Queen is in the monument too.

Fontaine de la Reine

Yesterday morning, I bought (with two friends) some special Turkish bread with Feta in a Turkish bakery at the Brugse Poort in Ghent, Belgium. Tired, hungry and... thursty. So we bought a bottle of water too: Fontaine de la Reine.

The Queen with the Skirt -- The Skirted Queen

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

FROM 003: Haje Holmström, Finland
'Ingrid Gustava Flood 1901-1986'

Haje's mail-art-blog: Poste Resistante

Three Ladies? - Bis

For the first 'Three Ladies'-entry: look here.

TO 004: Mail Art Call

The Skirted Ladies Mail Art Call.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

FROM 002: Frips, Belgium


Promotion for the plays of deKopergieterij, a Belgian theater company with hometown in Ghent.

Moe maar op en dolend

'Moe maar op en dolend'
A play of the Belgian theater collectif Abattoir Fermé.

Three Ladies?


I don't know.

Maybe these three persons are just three friendly old women. But it also can be a bad trio of bandits looking for a bank to rob. Or a couple of canibals out of a tribe in a big dark forest where the granny of 'Roodkapje' lives.


Saturday, May 06, 2006

Red Caped Little Girl

A couple of days ago I ended up with this drawing: a scene out of the tale of Little Red Riding Hood or Roodkapje in Dutch. Roodkapje is a girl with a kind of a skirt, in fact it is a red cape.

This is a blog about Skirted Ladies?
Yes, I know.
It is not a blog about Red Caped Little Girls!
Yes, I know. But I'm shure that, in a few years, Roodkapje will be a beautiful young woman with a beautiful red skirt. She will become a beautiful Red Skirted Lady.

Friday, May 05, 2006

FROM 001: Frips, Belgium

Thank you Frips for this first response on the Skirted Ladies MailArtCall.

Found - Tiensestraat Leuven

This piece of paper I found at a bus stop in
Leuven, Belgium. A lady with a flowered skirt.