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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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    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
    Backyard Wilderness

    Backyard Wilderness

    Part of a larger project of the same name and reflects my ongoing interest in urban wildlife. I want to represent species common to the city and have people pause and (re)consider their relationship to these animals. For example, skunks may cause fear and alarm but...

    Leila Armstrong
    Untitled

    Untitled

    “There is a lot of looking in and out of windows, and I thought that this would make a very unique design, of an electrical box wrapped in windows, staring out onto the Southern Alberta Prairies, or into old farmhouses.” Or in this case, into the park!

    Franziska Legg
    Frybread Man

    Frybread Man

    “I am familiar with the history and contemporary meaning of Galt Gardens as a social and cultural hub of Lethbridge and Indigenous community. As an educator and emerging artist, my philosophy is to create visual art as a way of storytelling that both inspires and...

    Hali Heavy Shield
    This is Home

    This is Home

    Each mixed media image represents important references of home. The rocks, hoodoos, beadwork, and portrait of the late Ed Heavy Shield are significant because of the Blackfoot territory and the people they represent.  

    Hali Heavy Shield
    Keystone Species of the Prairie

    Keystone Species of the Prairie

    These designs emphasize the interconnection of all living things. It highlights the prairie dogs, the buffalo, and human beings for the integral parts they play within the status of their ecosystem’s health. They are what biology refers to as “keystone species,”...

    Rudy Black Plume
    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
    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