Cloverdale

Map showing the locations of public art in Cloverdale 

Flood of Memories

Flood of Memories

Jill Anholt

Surrey Museum, 17710 – 56A Ave

A form reminiscent of a dyke remnant rests on the grassy plane. On one side, text and images recall memories from residents related to experiences with Surrey’s waterways. On the other, a vibrant growing garden celebrates the fertility of Surrey’s land.

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Moments in Time

Moments in Time

Paul Slipper

Cloverdale Town Centre, 176 St between 56A & 58 Ave

Three, eight-foot granite sculptures, set at intervals along Cloverdale’s main street, commemorate aspects of Cloverdale’s past. Farmer evokes the area’s agricultural history and alludes to early settler William Shannon. Train Conductor represents Cloverdale’s transportation history, when the area was served by three different railways. Cowgirl honours the Cloverdale Rodeo and its first Rodeo Queen, Patricia Kronebusch.

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Kneeling in Remembrance

Kneeling in Remembrance

Andre Gauthier

Heritage Square, 17671 - 56 Avenue

This oversized bronze statue depicts a WWI kneeling soldier, helmet in hand, in remembrance of his fallen comrade. The sculpture was donated to the City through contributions from local school children, Veterans Affairs, Canadian Legion, municipal, and federal sources to complete the top feature of the existing cenotaph.

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Flow and Variations of Flow

Flow and Variations of FlowRobert Studer

Cloverdale Recreation Centre, 6188 - 176 Street

The new Cloverdale Recreation Centre has a dynamically changing illuminated glass wall dividing the Wellness Centre from the building foyer. This work includes 18 tubes of diffusing light, which slowly rotate according to activity in the foyer area. Each tube forms a different pattern based on Cloverdale's topography.

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