Top 5 North Surrey Public Art Pieces

This growing metropolis may be quickly sprouting up tall towers, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for beautiful community spaces and artwork that everyone to enjoy. We’ve collected five of the most striking works of art around North Surrey for your viewing pleasure.

Continuum: from Seed to Shelter

14698 – 96 Avenue

This series of sculptures by Eric Robertson can be Found in Green Timbers Parkway. A top cedar poles, these artworks line one of the parks pathways, commemorating the ecological work of the Green Timbers Urban Forest.

Urban Screen at the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre

13458 – 107A Avenue

The Urban Screen is the largest non-commercial screen in Canada. A great spot for finding artwork of culturally significant and local artists. Exhibitions change every season, so there is always something beautiful and moving going on at the Recreation Centre.

Four Seasons

13458 – 107A Avenue

These four beautiful buffalo hide drums are by Brandon Gabriel and Melinda Bige. You can find them hanging in the lobby of the Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre. Decorated with Coast Salish designs, these pieces tell the story of the four changing seasons.

Building Bridges

11475 – 126A Street

This beautiful mosaic walkway swirls around Bridgeview community hall and is complete with mosaic benches. Both beautiful and functional, this colourful walkway details the history of the community through images.

Flight of Doves

11 – 9908 King George Blvd

The bright red colour of these sculptures makes them hard to miss. Enjoy the elegant curves and shapes of these abstract creations next time you are downtown.