Large metal sculpture of a praying mantisDiscover Orangeville's growing collection of public art. Tree sculptures, utility boxes and statues can be found throughout our community. The medians along Broadway, our Town's main street, add to Orangeville's artistic flair. Downtown shops and studios give you the chance to discover more artwork and interact with the artist's themselves. Use our public art map to plan a self-guided walking tour. Find each location to discover over 70 unique pieces of art located throughout town.

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The Mantis Queen sculpture

The Mantis Queen, located in front of the Visitor Information Centre, is a large-scale sculpture created by award-winning artist Ron Baird. Standing at seven metres and weighing a ton, the interactive sculpture has a commanding presence with arms that spin and rotate in the breeze.

Tree Sculptures

Over 50 tree sculptures are part of this unique art collection. Artists from across Ontario have used imagination and skill to transform local trees into artwork. The popular program began in 2003 and will entice you to wander tree-lined streets in search of the whole collection.

Utility Box Art Displays

Functional utility boxes throughout Orangeville have been transformed into colourful pieces of art. Since 2016, the work of local artists has been featured at select locations. The program continues to grow with an annual Call for Artists.