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Syracuse Poster of Woman With Spring Motifs


Item#: 2019SYR15

Purchase Details

11x17-inches, printed on heavy weight (100-pound) Hammermill cover paper. We package each print with a piece of chipboard in a clear plastic sleeve.

You also receive…

An information page with photos of the artist and poet, and hand-written comments from each.

Medium- and large-format posters are available by custom order. Contact us for details.

Poem Inspiration Location

March; Spring Equinox

poster information


March; spring equinox.
Daffodils, like many suns,
peek through clouds of snow.

My haiku speaks of me in two ways. It reflects my recently discovered pleasure in writing three-line, seventeen syllable verse. As an architect I enjoy the challenge of using so few words to suggest a visual image. Like a written snapshot, what lies beyond the frame can only be inferred.

This particular haiku also reflects the seasonal changes that I have come to appreciate living in Central New York—the predictability with the arrival of an equinox or a solstice, yet the unpredictability of snow in May or sixty degrees and bright sun in December.

The haiku I chose reflects the glimmer of warmth in the dead of Upstate New York winters. I wanted to reflect that in my color choices within the piece by combining cool blues with golden yellows.

I'm glad to be a part of the Syracuse Poster Project as well as a part of the Syracuse art community. I look forward to seeing the progression of art within the city.