Friday, April 19, 2013

The Syracuse Poster Project Opening

The poster made from my haiku and Chloe Tran's art

As I mentioned in a prior story (and in several others), one of my haiku was chosen to to be made into a large poster by the Syracuse Poster Project.  15 posters were made from 626 submissions.  They are arranged at the website in alphabetical order, so mine is the second to the last.

I was, unfortunately, unable to attend because I was sick.  My daughter, Erin, went in my place (THANK YOU, ERIN!) to read my poem and receive my posters.  This is the third poster that was made from one of my poems.

Here are a few pictures from the event that I missed, graciously sent by my daughter, Erin. The first image shows the poster and also Erin's hand pointing to my picture on the blurb about the poet and the artist.

Chloe Tran, the artist, and Erin, my daughter,
with the poster.
Erin and a closer view of the poster.
click image to view larger.
my friend Janine and me
with our previous winning posters.
I was sad to miss the event because I was unable to travel.  I'm still sick and hoping to heal.


John said...

Well done Mary.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thanks, John. I am still in need of healing!!!!!

jo(e) said...

I am sending some healing energy your way! I hope you feel better soon.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Thank you, jo(e)! I really need it, THANKS!