Surrey Public ArtWalks
City Centre Artwalk
Discover public artworks along parks, pathways, SkyTrain pillars and civic buildings on University Drive in Surrey's revitalized City Centre. The route is flat and wheelchair accessible with three SkyTrain stations along the way. Public seating and washrooms are available at Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre, City Centre Library, City Hall and Holland Park.
Follow the red dotted line on the map and see a little or see it all!
Find out more about the public artworks in City Centre ArtWalk by visiting these pages and watching interviews with the artists.
This painting by Nicoletta Baumeister on the 3rd floor of City Hall depicts our complex urban environment through shapes and lines.
These pairings of photos by Carol How on the 5th floor of City Hall depict the beauty of Blackie Spit along Crescent Beach.
50 mosaic projects outside Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre reflect the vibrant neighbourhood.
This painting by Jeremy Herndl on the 4th floor of City Hall depicts the "new wilderness" of Whalley's Bolivar Heights.
These drums by Brandon Gabriel and Melinda Bige tell the story of the seasons according to the Kwantlen First Nation.
These six photos by Jay Panesar on the 6th floor of City Hall depict Surrey's parks and pathways and the balance of earth and sky.
These four sculptural forms in City Centre Library invite you to read, lounge, study, and sit on their surfaces.
This Coast Salish artwork by Phyllis Atkins appears outside the 6th floor meeting room at City Hall, inspiring people to work together.
Look for these pebble mosaics along the walkways and walls of Holland Park.
Discover this life-sized concrete sculpture dedicated to Surrey firefighters in Holland Park.
These large-scale, elegant sculptures of flowers and seeds harmonize the urban and natural elements in Holland Park.
This large acrylic painting on the 2nd floor of City Hall focuses the viewer on the beauty of the smallest creatures.
This flock of aluminum birds hanging from the ceiling of Surrey's City Hall are a graceful and powerful symbol of democracy and freedom.
Look up to notice these metal sheets of athlete's movements decorating SkyTrain pillars in City Centre.
Microscopic organisms living under our feet get displayed as large and colourful sculptures hanging from SkyTrain pillars in this artwork.
Visit Canada’s largest non-commercial urban screen, projecting art after dark.
This three panelled low relief sculpture decorates the central fountain in Holland Park with nature-based images.
This peaceful winter painting in City Centre Library is one of Gordon Smith's largest.