How a Jesuit College Came to Commission Gratia Plena, One of Seattle's Most Progressive Public Sculptures

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1
The artist once told me you could look at like a giant ejaculation.

http://www.seattleweekly.com/2009-05-20/…
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The artist once told me you could look at it as a giant ejaculation:
http://www.seattleweekly.com/2009-05-20/…
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I went to Seattle U. Although I'm not religious, St. Ignatius was my favorite part of campus, and I LOVED the milk sculpture. It's cool to know the story behind it.
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@1: Hope you saw the embedded link to your piece in the story.
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Beautiful. Also, of course I clicked on those links Jen. You crack me up!
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@5 has it.

And yes, the sculpture is brilliantly transcendent. Am glad to see it defies photography. Plus the whole chapel is totally, unexpectedly Zen. It's a refuge for this agnostic Jew.