Stepsisters

With some finishing touches to be added over the coming week, Sheryl McCammon and Ruth Arnison (aka the Stepsisters) are chuffed to present our first project in the series, Poems on Steps (POSTs), in Dunedin.

The transformation of the Moray Place steps to the Filleul St car park.

Thanks to: Resene for supplying all our paint needs, Taskforce Green for cleaning the steps and repainting the handrail, Tracey Paul and Peter Christos for helping us through the paperwork and especially Andre Surridge for the loan of his poem(tanka).

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2 Responses to Stepsisters

  1. Miriam Sagan says:

    Reblogged this on Miriam's Well: Poetry, Land Art, and Beyond and commented:
    This looks like fun–I always love a poem somewhere unexpected.

  2. sandra says:

    This is a fantastic project! Andre’s tanka looks amazing so I hope people are enjoying it.

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