My Work In a Scottish Museum!

How exciting! Scottish museums are kicking off a promotional season this week.
Part of the promotion is an "A to Zed" exhibit at the City Centre Museum.
I was contacted a while back by one of the curators. Somehow she'd tracked me down. She wanted to use my Lady Liberty image in the "Zeitgeist" portion of the exhibit. The exhibit just opened, so Stan and I trekked down to the museum on Market Street just across from The Fruit Market Gallery.
There were lots of cool things in the exhibit. Like this stage set for Aladdin.
And this image of Princes Street by David Tomlins.
But, of course what we really went to see was my poster. And there it was, right in front!
There was a looping video of the protest march itself, and all my fellow signs together again. And a photo showed my poster at work, along with it's sister poster that is lost to the wilds somewhere.
I had goosebumps, I tell you! MY work in a national museum!!! Good lord!
I was still glowing, so Stan and I stopped by a pub afterwards. There, I ordered peppermint tea which was served with the funniest little tea dispenser—a little man hanging out on the side of my cup.
Well, it was cute until Stan pointed out the color of my tea, and um... HAHAHA! Oh well. Life has a way of keeping you humble, y'know?

Hey! Don't forget, you can purchase this image on t-shirts and such in my Zazzle Store!


Unknown said...

Wow. That is so cool. I love that image and you deserve to have it shared as much as possible with the world. Congratulations on being shown in a national museum.

Elizabeth O Dulemba said...

Thank you Lynne! I am so thrilled! :)

Carolyn Watson-Dubisch said...

How exciting! Congrats!

Vicky Alvear Shecter said...

So awesome and exciting!!! Congrats my dear friend!

Elizabeth O Dulemba said...

Thank you, Carolyn and Vicky!!! :) e

Estelle Ford-Williamson said...

I saw it out and about where we’ve moved in South Carolina and didn’t realize it was yours! Cheers on your great success!