On Monday, June 2, temporary student art from Seattle Pacific University was installed by SPU students under the oversight of art professor Roger Feldman. Extension ladders, rope, screwdrivers, and many feet of fishing wire were used to install the pieces between the trees of the KBG.

The five pieces are united under the theme of Wildlife Habitat. Each piece of sculpture provides habitat for different animals in the garden (bats, insects, spiders, small mammals, bees) in an aesthetically pleasing way.  Check out the sculptures during our Wildlife Habitat Plant Sale June 6-8.

Check back soon for more details on the sculptures and their creators!