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Surrey's Public Art Collection

Public artworks are installed all throughout Surrey in parks and facilities and along streets, bridges, and SkyTrain pillars.

The Surrey Arts & Culture Map shows you the location of public artworks with photos and a link to learn more about them. If you have a particular neighbourhood you want to see, select  "Choose a Neighbourhood" in the upper right-hand corner.

Interested in the Indigenous art we have in our collection? Read about our Indigenous Art.

Discover inspiring and thought-provoking art around you today!

City Centre

A Busy Street – Nicoletta Baumeister

Blackie Spit through the Seasons – Carol How

Chrysalis – Thomas Nelles

Convergence – Connie Glover & Vallalee Hoffman

Crepuscular – Jeremy Herndl

Flight of Doves – Marie Khouri

Four Seasons –  Brandon Gabriel & Melinda Bige

Harmony – Jay Panesar

Lightmodal – Organelle Design & Urban Visuals

Marks – Liz Magor

Nautilus – Doug Taylor

Paddling through the Waves of Change – Phyllis Atkins

Pebble Mosaics – Glen Andersen

Protecting the Future, Serving the Present – Artform Sculpture Studio

Ribbon of Life – Yvonne Domenge

Spring Floraform, Summer Floraform, & Seeds of Change – Bruce Voyce

The Secret Language of Moths – Mary Frances Batut

Together – Studio Roso

Underfoot Yet Overhead (Part 1) – Karen Kazmer

Underfoot Yet Overhead (Part 2) – Karen Kazmer

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Were It Not for You – Glen Andersen

West Coast Landscape – Gordon Smith

Cloverdale

Flood of Memories – Jill Anholt

Flow and Variations of Flow – Robert Studer

Kneeling in Remembrance – Andre Gauthier

Moments in Time – Paul Slipper

Water Guardians – Susan Point

Fleetwood

A Million Summers – Blake Williams

Fleetwood Mosaics and Ceramic Mural – Mosaics: Claudine Pommier, Jane Cameron, & Community; Ceramic: David Lloyd, Fraser Valley Potters Guild

From Frozen Ponds – Blake Williams

Gnomon – i.e. creative (Cheryl Hamilton & Mike Vandermeer)

Lance Corporal Arthur Thomas Fleetwood – Nathan Scott

Multiples of Three – Alberto Replanski

Guildford

hangin’ out: biocenesis – i.e. creative Artworks (Cheryl Hamilton & Mike Vandermeer)

Jungle Project – Duncan Weller

Mother Tongue/ First Language Learned – Elizabeth Roy

Seasons in the Park – John Webber

Splash – Michael Krondl

The Meeting of Mind & Body – Jacqueline Metz and Nancy Chew

The New Recruit – Derek Rowe

Newton

All Intertwining – Blake Williams

Call of the Siren – Luke Blackstone

Dancing Tower – art.site (Claudia Cuesta & Bill Baker)

Eagle Calling – Robert Davidson

Falling into Formation – Jill Anholt

Fern Facade – Sean Alward

Nature, Wisdom, & Knowledge – Valeri Sokolovski

Newton Community Centre Mosaics – Connie Glover & Vallalee Hoffman

Sign of Signs – Alan Storey

Surrey Columbian Centennial Totem Pole – John Edward "Ted" Neel

Talking Poles – Lorna Boschman, Victoria Moulder, T’Uy’Tanat-Cease Wyss

South Surrey

Circulation – Jean-François Cooke and Pierre Sasseville

Connections – Doug Welch for EOS Light Media

Frogs – Susan Point

Kwomais: A Place of Vision – Connie Glover & Deborah Putman

Memory Stones – Tina Farmilo

Mule Deer – Steve Tyee

Redwood Forest Mysteries – Derek Rowe

Ribbon – Ruth Beer and Charlotte Wall

Semiahmoo Trail Mosaics – Glen Andersen

Stillpoint/From the Centre Outwards – Jacqueline Metz & Nancy Chew

Supernatural Eye – Robert Davidson

Terra Incognita – Gwen Curry

Teamwork – Derek Rowe

Tree of Knowledge – Jacqueline Metz & Nancy Chew

Under the Double Eagle and Elder Moon – Leonard Wells & Leslie Wells

Whalley

Building Bridges – Vallalee Hoffman, Claire Cilliers & Community

Continuum: From Seed to Shelter – Eric Robertson

Four Elements – Kip Jones & Jennifer Macklem

Lingua Aqua – Melanie Cassidy, Michael Filimowicz, Brady Marks, Philippe Pasquier

Mandala After a Prayer Wheel – Maurice van der Beke

On the Wind – Blake Williams

Out of Thin Air – Alan Storey

Poetry Rock – Rev. Dr. Byung Sub Van

Winged Lion Woman – Joan Adams

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