The Sculpture Park and Botanic Garden


The Small Sculpture and Botanic Garden















The KO Arts Centre’s 20-acre landscape will be a setting for large and small sculptures carefully selected for their artistic value and sited with consideration to both its immediate surroundings and distant views. 

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The Dandelion, by Kathy F. Dobbins



Visitors will easily explore the ways in which they interact with one another and the surrounding landscape.


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Katie Ohe’s

The site will be carefully and creatively redeveloped to allow a small number of visitors to independently and personally experience the sculptures, the immediate environment and the open setting near the Canadian Rockies.







The botanic garden and sculpture park will be a contemplative environment, where creative thinking and imaging through engagement with art and nature will be a personal experience for each visitor.

Katie Ohe’s Crown, 2003

 Guided tours will not be required in the garden. Rather the garden will follow a Taoism concept, focusing on a personal and meaningful experience of the visitor interacting with art and nature.


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