Tag: Kelowna

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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Public Art in Kelowna, BC – Bear

Bear

Bear is, I think, the newest and one of the very best pieces of public art in Kelowna.  Stop #15 on the Public Art in Kelowna tour, Bear is directly across from City Hall in Stuart Park. Unveiled at the official opening of Stuart Park in September 2010, the sculpture is a blue powder-coated frame …

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Pretty Good Thunderstorm

I was at the last Falcons baseball game of the season.  The sun was shining, and then … we were in the middle of a thunderstorm.  A big honking thunderstorm. Rain in Kelowna, BC (mp3) Too bad the Falcons won’t have a chance to make up that game.  It was lucky I left the ball …

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Public Art in Kelowna, BC – Pride Mural

The building before the mural (Google Streetview)

Stop #26 on the Public Art in Kelowna tour is 1476 Water Street, home of the Okanagan Rainbow Coalition. The Pride Mural, painted by local artist Scott Tobin in 2009, occupies the entire south wall of the building.  The Okanagan Rainbow Coalition posted photos of the mural being painted here. The Coalition received a grant …

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Public Art in Kelowna, BC – Aerosol Art Mural

Small Dog OLA

The Aerosol Art Mural is stop #52 in the Public Art brochure (PDF). Artist Lars Widell created this mural on a cement concrete (Thanks, Patrick) retaining wall as part of the City’s anti-graffiti program in 2006. At one end of the mural depicts the lake.  The other end has images of fruit trees, grapevines, and …

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