The work is located in Kerry Park along Kelowna’s downtown waterfront.

The Work

Visitors to Kelowna are often seen photographing this cheerful rendering of Okanagan Lake's most famous resident, Ogopogo, originally named N'Ha-a-itk or 'Lake Serpent Spirit' by the area's First Nation peoples. This sculpture is made of painted fiberglass and along with Grizzly Bears, is one of Kelowna's oldest pieces in the City’s Public Art Collection.

The Project

The work was added to the Collection when the Public Art Program was initiated in 1998.