Outdoor Sculpture

Log Ramps

1974, reconstructed 1983 and 1995
Lloyd Hamrol
Douglas fir and Western Red Cedar. 8.6' h. x 40' w.

Hamrol's ramps are positioned so that the viewer can climb up and see, among other things, an imaginary circle inscribed within the center. He intended his participatory sculpture to evoke references to ceremonial architecture, protecting enclosures, and the natural resources of the Northwest.

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Photo: 
Paul Brower
Combined funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, Bureau for Faculty Research, Department of Art and art allowance from Environmental Studies Center Construction funds. Funding for 1983 reconstruction: Parks Hall construction funds, gifts from Georgia Pacific Corporation and Builder's Concrete. Funding for 1995 reconstruction: WWU Physical Plant.

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