Public Art

Moving Surfaces
2014 – Jill Anholt Studio for the City of Ottawa
Moving Surfaces
Award-winning stainless steel artwork by Vancouver artist Jill Anholt,¬†installed in Ottawa’s Landsdowne Park, Fall 2014.

LEDs integrated into the front face of the sculpture exhibit a light work created by the artist, inspired by a timeless journey along the Rideau Canal.

Moving Surfaces
Inspired by the park’s history and culture that are inextricably linked to moving water, the work is composed of a series of steel shapes that bend and fold in a manner reminiscent of the flow of water itself.
Moose Jaw Trail
2012 – Jill Anholt Studio
Moose Jaw Trail
Line of Work
2009 – Jill Anholt Studio
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
2008 – Dominion Construction for the City of Richmond
Water Sky Garden, Olympic Oval
Skwachàys Healing Lodge
2012 – Van Mar Construction for the Vancouver Native Housing Society
Iceblade at Hollybridge Canal
2008 – Dominion Construction for the City of Richmond