DeLand Sculpture Walk

The City of DeLand and the Museum of Art – DeLand are proud to announce the addition of 12 new sculptures to this year’s DeLand Sculpture Walk.

The new sculptures will complement the current sculptures located throughout DeLand, providing a unique experience for both visitors and residents alike. The walk is free and open to the public year-round, so everyone can enjoy these engaging works of art. The sculptures, which are changed out every two years, will be in place until 2025.

“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with the Museum of Art – DeLand and present this latest version of the DeLand Sculpture Walk,” said Mayor Chris Cloudman. “The new sculptures will add to our vibrant energy in the downtown district.”

The sculptures range in size, materials and design, giving visitors a variety of styles to explore. Each sculpture is created by a different artist, hailing from many different states including New Jersey, Vermont, Ohio, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The city’s popular Monarch butterfly sculptures also remain on display, though some have been moved to alternate locations.

First introduced in 2010, the DeLand Sculpture Walk has brought a variety of artistic styles to Downtown DeLand and has enhanced the aesthetic experience and cultural image of our city. The City of DeLand and Museum of Art - DeLand are proud to offer this unique experience for all who visit or live in the area.

DeLand Sculpture Walk Brochure with map

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