Small Projects

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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    Colours Swirl

    Colours Swirl

    This playful photograph employs the four bold colours typical to the palette associated with children’s toys. Shot in a playground, this image is a metaphor to the feelings of Joy and Laughter that one can experience throughout our City. Evoking warm memories of...

    Wayne Dwornik
    Buck

    Buck

    Buck combines the approaches of two artists. Hagan brings a strong sense of colour and a background in abstraction. Armstrong has a similar attraction to vibrant colours and a love of local wildlife. In this work, you see the use of organic, round and oval stone...

    Leila Armstrong and Aaron Hagan
    Bolts of Creativity

    Bolts of Creativity

    is work is situated at Casa in the heart of downtown Lethbridge. As Casa is a hub of Creativity for our Community, Bolts of Creativity is a symbol of the spark and energy of the creative process that emerges at our Community Arts Center. Casa is a centre for learning,...

    Aaron Hagan
    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
    Connected Ribbon

    Connected Ribbon

    The artists said, “Our concept for this project is to bring together three important elements: A unique and contemporary shape. The shape will allow skateboarders to interact with the artwork. The sculpture will provide the opportunity to artistically and prominently...

    Paul Reimer and Nathan Siemens
    Bit Portal

    Bit Portal

    The design project was intended to enhance the aesthetic of the wall while providing pedestrian traffic the opportunity to observe activity in the outdoor studio. This work is based on the imperfect nature of digital media and its susceptibility to pixelation....

    Marta Timmer