Tammy visited the campus of Central Washington University. It was the last day of winter quarter. Students were finishing up finals and gearing up for spring break. Lots of new construction was going on.
While Sydney took her Calculus final, Mrs J and Tammy enjoyed walking around the campus and taking pictures. Tammy found Mrs J's dream bike.
We visited the science building.
Looking up is a double helix DNA sculpture made of glass.
The mural displays the natural desert fauna here in Central Washington. We are not the rainy PNW, we are irrigated desert.
We visited the Art building.
The sculptures are made of hundreds of hand formed ceramic bowls...They almost look like square octopi.
We visited the student gallery where student Brock Jensen's work is the current exhibit. And we popped into the art room to see the current work...It was awesome!
We also visited the tranquil Japanese garden.
Getting a picture with the sitting bull statue is a must do! It's quirky and caused more than a few raised brows because he's anatomically correct.
Lastly, we visited downtown Ellensburg. We included a photo of Sydney's favorite building. There is so much great architecture, art galleries, murals, and various statues to discover all around town. It started to rain so it cut our fun short, but hope you enjoyed what we did capture today.