Public art collection listing
Use the interactive map below to browse through our public art collection, which currently includes over 70 public artworks located throughout Kelowna. Visit our Public art page to learn more about our Public Art Program.
The WorkThe sculptural Lodestar soars to the sky in Kelowna’s historic industrial lands; its timber structure forms a mountainous peak, marking the gateway to a new emerging mixed-use community at...
The WorkHorizon is a looking glass through the point where the mountains and water join the earth and sky. The sculpture is made of 35 individual glass dichroic and frosted glass panels that become...
Artist:Studio F Minus
The WorkThe mural flows out of the recurring themes of communication, division, harmony and balance. Imagine a childhood memory; a non-specific feeling of colour and place, and then a specific object...
The WorkLonesome Dove, taken from the title of the Larry McMurtry novel, combines a dream-like emersion into the Kathy Ager’s own cowboy past, the fruits of the present, and the painful memories that...
The WorkThe mural includes the imagery of artist Sheldon Louis’s girlfriend, Csetkwe, her sister Margaret Manuel and his niece Tiyanetkw Manuel. It shows the three women enjoying a moment together in...
Artist:Sheldon Pierre Louis
The WorkValleyview Mandala was created by Kelowna artist Kristin Grant (Urbanheart). This energetic design at the end of a summer full of surfing on the lake, inspired by the colours of the Okanagan...
The WorkThe health of the flower is, like the health of a human being, dependent on all its systems. By turning the flower upside-down, placing the essential root structure at the top, it preserves...
Artist:Studio F Minus
The WorkMashed up urban/city elements and natural/organic elements create the piece. Bright abstract shapes and splashes are the representation of people’s energy and diversity/chaos in urban life....
The WorkPriscilla Yu’s paintings are often colourful mental landscapes that play with the visual cues of perspective, and the familiarity in the patterns that are found within nature on varying...
The WorkKevin Ledo’s artwork is titled "Fire Season," which depicts a boy’s face, in an abstracted landscape that suggests the lake, mountains and fire in the distance. The boy, Atticus, who he...
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