Category: Public Art

Public Art in Kelowna, BC

Public Art in Kelowna – Ogopogo

Ogopogo

The fiberglass statue of Ogopogo is stop # 24 on the Public Art in Kelowna tour.  You will find the statue at the entrance to Kerry Park, at the intersection of Bernard and Abbott.  If you want to find The Real Ogopogo, on the other hand, you’re on your own. The statue is by Peter …

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Public Art in Kelowna – Stones Pear Grove

Stones Pear Grove

Stop #56 on the Public Art in Kelowna tour is Stones Pear Grove in Ben Lee Park. I really liked this installation!  It’s a red bridge, about 3’6″ wide and roughly 10′ long over a dry creek bed filled with stones.  A grove of pear trees surrounds the bridge, and it’s all very peaceful.  I …

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Public Art in Kelowna – Reach for the Stars

Reach for the Stars

Reach for the Stars, stop # 55 in the Guide to Public Art, is a gigantic mural on the back wall of a commercial building in on Spedding Court in Rutland.  Billed as Kelowna’s largest mural, it covers the entire back wall of a building, about 165 feet long and 25 feet high. The mural …

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Public Art in Kelowna – Levels

Levels

Levels, by Judson Beaumont, is stop #1 in the Guide to Public Art brochure (PDF) published by the City of Kelowna.  I can’t, however, find it on the City website’s  Public Art Collection page.  No problem.  I was able to find it in real life, thanks to the note in the brochure, which directed me …

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Public Art in Kelowna – Natural Language

Natural Language

Natural Language is Stop #12 on the Public Art in Kelowna tour.  Outside the main Library at 1380 Ellis Street is a 12-foot high stainless steel mobius form and a stainless steel spiral bench. The mobius strip rotates!  You can walk right up to it and spin it.  Kids sit in the bottom loop and …

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