Public art collection listing

Since it's creation the Public Art Fund has gradually been enlivening the streets and public buildings of Kelowna. Whether it’s a whimsical sculpture or a practical tree grate, today more than 60 pieces of public art enhance the aesthetic nature and charm of Kelowna.

For more information on the Public Art Collection around Kelowna, view the Public Art Brochure or let the mobile-friendly Public Art Virtual Tour be your guide.

ViewingThe works are on the front face of the building, flanking the main resident's entrance.
Year:2008
Artist:Oliver Harwood & Marie Bortolotto
Kelowna Public Art Tour
Artist:Public Art Tour Intro Page
Baseball Murals
The WorkRutland Minor Baseball Association (RMBA) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012. To commemorate the event, RMBA received funding under the Community Public Art Program to apply murals to...
Year:2013
Artist:Tandem Studios (Liz Dumontet and Dylan Ranney)
Bird Bath and Hummingbird Sculpture
The WorkThese works are found within a section of the garden designed to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. The Bird Bath was donated by the Lucas Family, in memory of Donella (Dolly) Lucas and...
Year:2003
Artist:Doug Alcock
Cathedrals
The Work This six metre high metal sculpture was commissioned by Kelowna and District Credit Union. The fused copper tubing plays on the character of the building face, creating a different yet...
Year:1975
Artist:Robert Dow Reid
Coming Home
The WorkThis life-sized limestone sculpture depicts a soldier returning from active duty.The ProjectThe work was commissioned by the British Columbia Dragoons to commemorate its 100th anniversary in...
Year:2011
Artist:Fran Kiefer Bezeau
Communities in Bloom Mural
The WorkAn exuberant display of local flora and fauna commemorates the award-winning efforts of the local Communities in Bloom Committee.The ProjectOriginally formed in 1996 to support involvement in...
Year:2008
Artist:Scott Tobin
Father Pandosy Mission 150th Anniversary Commemorative Sculpture
The WorkThe sculpture features a relief of the Four Food Chiefs of the Okanagan/Syilx people: Black Bear, Salmon, Bitterroot, and Saskatoon. The relief also includes Syilx Spiritual Guide, Coyote. ...
Year:2012
Artist:Crystal Przybille
Freedom
The WorkThis massive metal and glass sculpture reveals a flight of birds ready to escape. The birds and glass etchings depict species and symbols from the Okanagan's natural history. This commission...
Year:2015
Artist:Braden Kiefiuk
Illuminature
The WorkIlluminature is a series of plates that bracket each of 24 pedestrian-scaled light poles along Bernard Avenue, Kelowna’s “Main Street”. The installation consists of 8 designs (each repeated 6...
Year:2014
Artist:Crystal Przybille