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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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    Send Receive All

    Send Receive All

     Inspired by the forms, history and multiculturalism illustrated through Lethbridge’s rich heritage of postal correspondence, Send Receive All consists of three interrelated art components. The Screen artwork recalls the dynamic actions of paper folding for letters,...

    Jill Anholt
    A Vessel In Between Two Places We’ve Never Been

    A Vessel In Between Two Places We’ve Never Been

    In the urban landscape, one is under a constant assault of advertising and bold colour throughout the city. The artist aimed to capture this attention and reframe it by creating a piece that both blends into the environment of the busy street corner and yet stands out...

    Nyne "Stru" Seabound
    Vernacular Ecology

    Vernacular Ecology

    The work, Vernacular Ecology, was made from a printmaking series in which Troy Nickle collected leaves from dandelions, cottonwoods, shrubs, and trees found within Lethbridge. In this way, the work is an homage to the urban ecosystem within our city and river valley....

    Troy Nickle
    Bees and Sunflowers

    Bees and Sunflowers

    The vinyl wrap, Bees and Sunflowers, is a celebration of two of summer's garden denizens. The tall, many-limbed sunflower is a virtual factory farm for many pollinating insects, especially bees. It also feeds an array of wonderful birds, who feed on the seeds, as well...

    Sue Wilkie
    Nostalgia Unified (YQL)

    Nostalgia Unified (YQL)

    Alejandro Alvarez’s art piece, Nostalgia Unified, was thoughtfully created using a variety of materials sourced directly from the city of Lethbridge. Alvarez used a collage approach to create cohesive pieces representing the memory and life of Lethbridge’s historical...

    Alejandro Alvarez
    Symphony of Celebration

    Symphony of Celebration

    Drawing together references from many gathering events, Symphony of Celebration is grounded in its location, revealing a vibrant tale of harmonious celebration at the heart of our community hub. Stringed lights adorn the perimeter as a year-round feature while an...

    Stuart Biesbroek
    A Walk By the River

    A Walk By the River

    Sheila Shaw is a Cree Metis artist from Gift Lake Metis Settlement and has lived in Lethbridge for several years. She is fascinated by southern Alberta skies and the local elements of nature. Her colour palette for this piece, A Walk by the River, was inspired by...

    Sheila Shaw
    Garden Party

    Garden Party

    Through the whimsical work, Garden Party, Karla Mather - Cocks hopes to bring connection and joy to the community through the smiling, happy faces seen in these colourful flowers. These perpetually blooming flowers represent the hardy resilience of our community while...

    Karla Mather-Cocks
    Tomatoes

    Tomatoes

    Beany Dootjes is a lifelong gardener whose aim is growing an annual supply of fruits and vegetables, while favouring non-genetically modified strains. She focuses on an organic, 100-mile diet that optimizes water consumption, mulching, soil amendments, and plant...

    Beany Dootjes
    I Spy

    I Spy

    Aaron Hagan is a Lethbridge-based artist who received his BFA from the University of Lethbridge (2006), majoring in painting. He has maintained an active studio practice with a focus on colourful abstraction.  Hagan’s approach to abstract painting is to explore the...

    Aaron Hagan
    Sikóóhkotok

    Sikóóhkotok

    The Niitsitapi have a long-standing relationship with the area, which is known as Sikóóhkotok or Black Rock. This name refers to the coal found in abundance in southern Alberta which makes surviving harsh winters possible. Sikóóhkotok is also an annual wintering camp...

    Marjie Crop Eared Wolf
    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