Dancing Pedestrians

Dancing Pedestrians

Dancing Pedestrians is a pair of cast bronze works, described by the artist as “…two abstract figures, a child and an adult, playfully dancing on a downtown street.” The work celebrates human movement and interaction at a key intersection along Kelowna’s Bernard Avenue (BC, Canada). The sculpture was the first public art partnership between the City and the private sector. The total cost of the project amounted to $100,000.

“Jock Hildebrand has a reputation for whimsy, and this piece is pure whimsy.” – Waymarking


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