Wonderfully Weird Ellensburg Washington House Makes You Want To Peek Inside
One Of Washington's Best Roadside Attractions Is In Ellensburg Washington
I recently did an article about 10 Stops You Need To Make Between Tri-Cities and Seattle and discovered another stop that should've made my list. I can't believe I missed this one because it's truly unique.
Dick And Jane's Spot Has Been Curating Art For Over 40 Years
It's an art-filled house and yard in Ellensburg that has so many weirdly fascinating artworks on display.
Peek Inside A Truly Fascinating Wildly Weird Art Display In Ellensburg Washington
Dick Elliott and Jane Orleman are the owners of the house and have created an art site predominantly from their own play, but it is also a collection of the work and play of over 35 artists.
The Spot has been a work in progress for 35 years. There are over 10,000 bottle caps and thousands of reflectors. The pieces in the yard are always changing. Old pieces decay and new ones are added.
The location is at the corner of 1st & Pearl Street in Ellensburg WA – across from the fire station. There is a public parking lot on the north side of the house. To accommodate the fire trucks there is no parking in front of the house.
Fascinating Artwork Adorns An Ellensburg Home, Making It A Destination Location
The cool thing is that pieces come and go so you never know what you are going to see from time to time.
You can't access the house but you can enjoy the sights from the street and privacy fencing keeps the onlookers where they need to be to snap some great photos of some truly unique artwork.
If you are traveling through Ellensburg and you've never seen this house, make a point of it next time you're in the area.
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