We are going to need a larger awning.
November 29th was not kind. But UWB Professor Amy Lambert's class showed up to clear invasive vines and bring some levity and art into their work.
Organic art takes shape.
In the background students are cutting and removing Blackberry canes. Instead of adding to the now huge piles on this years UWREN site, students in the foreground begin to weave the material.
The first Ring.
Working with the cane is tricky. Remember the hundreds of thorns. As "touchy" as this material is, it shows signs of yielding to imagination.
The second Ring joins the first.
The Proposed Land Use sign, is a constant reminder of the former destiny of North Creek Forest. The forest might have been lost. Instead, art, science and teamwork are now available a short walk from campus.
The photo misses the impact. This triple-ring-organic-creation is about 5 feet tall and pretty amazing, especially up close. Go check it out!
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