SPU students install art work at Kruckeberg

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Seattle Pacific University art students installed new art work at the Kruckeberg Botanic Gardens in Shoreline on Monday, May 23, 2011.

The work includes three helix structures about five feet high, a giant cocoon with butterflies made from eye glasses, three large origami butterflies, a series of pine cones assembled on the ground - each 12-18" high, and several trout lilies, with trout inside.

The students worked under the direction of SPU Professor of Art Roger Feldman.

SPU Professor of Art Roger Feldman (far right) looks on as students install an origami butterfly.
Photo by SPU/Luke Rutan.


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