It is located at the chapel of Catholic Jesuit run Seattle University. And it is called Gratia Plena (Full of Grace).
It is made from one single slab of Cararra marble with some gold leafing. According to the Seattle University website,
Steven Heilmer, associate professor of art at Greenville College, in Greenville, Illinois, created the piece and said: "I wanted to take a life-sized block of Cararra marble and carve a flowing stream of milk."
If you and I are in anyway similar, to be told that this object is supposed to be a statue of Our Lady is a shock.
Link (here) to America needs Fatima blog.