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Mother Bear and Cubs - ScienceWorks - Ashland, OR
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member thebeav69
N 42° 11.592 W 122° 41.368
10T E 525639 N 4671274
Quick Description: This bear sculpture resides at ScienceWorks and near the Bear Black Garden.
Location: Oregon, United States
Date Posted: 12/7/2014 6:01:04 PM
Waymark Code: WMN1KE
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member monkeys4ever
Views: 1

Long Description:
Located at ScienceWorks is a bronze bear sculpture of a mother and her two cubs. The sculpture is near a wildlife habitat garden called the 'Black Bear Garden'. The following verbiage is taken from ScienceWorks website and reads:

In 2005, Ashland GardenScapes broke ground to begin a garden project at ScienceWorks. Donating all their time and resources, they created the "Black Bear Garden". The black bear sculpture originally greeted guests to the former Pacific Northwest Museum of Natural History that is now ScienceWorks. The sculpture, created by artist Ronald Stuart, M.D., now graces its namesake garden, surrounded by pathways, rocks and native plantings all offering a spectacular view of Grizzly Peak to the North.

The garden is a “xeriscape” (pronounced zeri), from the Greek word xeri meaning dry, which means it is a low-water, water wise landscape. Xeric plants are Native and Mediterranean plants that are well-adapted to western gardens and selected for their beauty, low nutrient requirements, adaptability to hot, dry, windy conditions and their ability to attract beneficial insects and birds.


I could not located any other information online regarding this bear sculpture nor the artist who created it other than finding out a Dr. Ronald Stuart who practices in Eagle Point, OR.

Name of statue: Unknown

Name of creator: Ronald Stuart M.D.

Material: Bronze

Date created: Unknown

Additional Coordinates: Not Listed

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