Public Art Numbers found on this page can be used as reference on themap
Turn Turn Turn (A Resting Place) Located at the Esplanade at 401-1 St SE. Aluminum and Concrete sculpture by Blake Senini (2011). Germans fromRussia Also located at the Esplanade at 401-1 St SE. Bronze sculpture by JimHauser (2011). Day and Night 3 St SE alley at 5 Ave SE, Miywasin
found on page 14 to identify their locations downtown.
The aimof public art in any city is to display pieces that are not only pleasing to the eye but to tell a story about the place they are seen or to stir a little thoughtful controversy. Medicine Hat’s public art does that in a broad range of media and ad- dressing a variety of subjects. Stone, bronze, steel, brick, stone and paint- edmurals are all represented. Medicine Hat is a complex and interesting prairie city that is still close to it’s early roots and the industries that founded it. Its people and history are depicted traditionally in some of the art while others celebrate the vibrant new energy that we find in our community today.
Centre. Exterior latex paint- ing by Wendy Struck (2013). Reka (River)
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Located in BATUS Park at the corner of 2 St SE and 6 Ave SE. Steel and concrete sculp- ture by J.R. Cooper & R. MacInnis (2012). North Railway Exchange Found at 4 St SE at North Railway St. on the side of MacKenzie Drugs. Painting by YMCA Summer Students (1998).
Pick up a completemap of Medicine Hat’s Public Art at the Esplanade and Visitor Information Centre