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The City of Lethbridge Public Art Collection is growing and represents a unique and diverse selection of works.

A Departure, Ilan Sandler, 2009

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    A Similar Nature

    A Similar Nature

    A Similar Nature was created in response to the mentorship I was awarded with ceramic artist Susan Day from London, ON in 2022. Part of the mentorship involved working with Day in her studio and installing her public art mosaic The New Nature at Legacy Park. Both Day...

    Michelle Sylvestre
    Hinode

    Hinode

    Utilising Canadian lumber and the Japanese woodworking methods Kumiko (interlocking lattice) and magewappa (woodbending), Hinode brings together the two heritages honoured at the Bunka Centre at Nikka Yuko Garden. The artist designed simplified organic forms which...

    Takashi Iwasaki
    Spread Your Wings

    Spread Your Wings

    When humans first conceived of flight, they raised their arms to mimic the birds that flew overhead. Five common birds in southern Alberta are depicted to-scale alongside references to the digital technology that oversee our modern flight systems. The radar screen...

    Kelaine Devine
    A Geometry of the Sky

    A Geometry of the Sky

    A Geometry of the Sky reinterprets the Dominion Land Survey and the grid pattern of roads common across the Prairies, including here in Lethbridge. It takes a two-dimensional grid and turns it into a three-dimensional lattice. The resulting form has depth and open...

    Andrew Rabyniuk
    The Ball Is In Your Court

    The Ball Is In Your Court

    The Ball is in Your Court is inspired by the intrinsic geometries of sport, while simultaneously referencing the divisions of space-within-space existing in the ATB Centre. Athletic exercises and sport are activities of measure. Many games involve the use of a ball...

    Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins
    Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame

    Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame

    The design for the Lethbridge Sports Hall of Fame honours the inductees (past, present and future) and is intended to inspire the visiting youth and community members to appreciate and participate in sport and aspire to become inductees themselves. From the sports and...

    Collin Zipp
    Near + Far

    Near + Far

    Driving across the prairie south into Lethbridge during a rainstorm. The windshield captures the sunset as a panoramic identity. Beads of water sit on the glass which invites the viewer to consider the distances we measure in this landscape. Refraction. Reflection....

    Derek Besant
    Common Unity

    Common Unity

    City of Lethbridge issued a call for this work in a three-stage art competition. As the winning submission, George Heagle received a commission to design, fabricate and install a reception desk for a new community art center that was being constructed in downtown...

    George Heagle
    Mirrored Earth

    Mirrored Earth

    Mirrored Earth is an artwork activated by the movement of passersby – the community becoming part of the artwork. It is an abstracted representation of the nearby landscape of coulees. Scattered mirrors react and move to the movement of passersby, evoking the glimmer...

    Jacqueline Metz and Nancy Chew
    Strung

    Strung

    This artwork was conceived during an artist’s residency at the McIntyre Ranch in southern Alberta in 2004. Strung is on long term loan to the Allied Arts Council. The overwhelming immensity of the place caused Ferguson to look closely at the small details in and...

    Gord Ferguson