Art Public Montréal proposes a Pointe-Claire public art mini-circuit
In collaboration with Art Public Montréal, Montréal residents can discover several works of the public art collection present in Pointe-Claire.
Over the past few years, Art Public has developed thematic or historical itineraries to discover public artworks on the Island of Montréal. In Pointe-Claire, the itinerary presents eight works with a circuit of twenty minutes by bicycle and about two hours on foot.
PHOTO: Art Public Montréal
Your itinerary begins at the south entrance of Terra-Cotta Natural Park with Martha Townsend’s work under a large willow.
Continuing your walk eastward along Donegani Avenue, you will discover the Valois station mural. Then take the tunnel leading from the other side of Highway 20 and proceed to the Canoe Kayak Club mural.
Next, proceed west along Bord-du-Lac–Lakeshore Road to observe works by Charles Daudelin and André Dubois in Stewart Park at the Stewart Hall Cultural Centre.
Then go into Pointe-Claire Village. Your tour ends with the creation of Shelley Miller and Eileen Finn, on Pointe-Claire, in front of Saint-Joachim Church.
As you proceed on your journey, pay attention. Spontaneous works are also scattered throughout the itinerary!
Consult the map of the circuit for more details on the itineraries and the works: https://artpublicmontreal.ca/parcours/serie-mini-circuit-pointe-claire-a-velo/
SOURCE: City of Pointe-Claire