See Dick’s art. See Jane’s art.
|Entry to Dick and Jane's Spot|
|Back Yard at Dick and Jane's Spot|
Dick and Jane’s Spot has been the real-life home of artists Dick Elliott and Jane Orleman for nearly 40 years. The small house on a corner lot across from the town’s police and fire Station has – in my words – redefined ‘yard art’.
|In the heart of Washington State|
|The newest installation stretches along the alley|
|A Blowin' in the Wind and it gets windy in Ellensburg|
|Geometric design to the side of the house|
“The Old Inspires the New” reflector installation is found at the entry to concourse A at Seatac International Airport. The State of Washington owns 26 pieces of Dick’s artwork.
|It takes awhile to see it all at Dick and Jane's Spot|
Dick and Jane’s Spot is just south of Ellensburg's historic downtown. Curbside parking is free in their neighborhood – just don’t park in front of the house, 101 North Pearl Street, so you don’t block fire trucks exiting the station across the street.
For those who are out of the area or who are armchair travelers, follow Jane on FB: https://www.facebook.com/DickandJanesSpot/?fref=ts and her web site is reflectorart.com
If you are simply passing through SeaTac and want to check out the installation there (as well as the other art on display) use this Art Map for the airport: http://www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/Maps-and-Directions/Documents/ArtMap.pdf
That’s it for this week and again we thank you for the time you’ve spent with us. We wish you happy and safe travels. We are spending our summer planning season figuring out future travels. I'll tell you about that next week!
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Through My Lens
Our World Tuesday
Travel Photo Thursday –
Weekend Travel Inspiration