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Discover Surrey’s Public Art Collection

There are a lot of factors that go into making a great community, but, in my opinion, one of the most important things a town can offer is a commitment to the arts. While a lot of communities pay lip service to the arts, Surrey and the neighborhood of Fleetwood care about fostering a thriving art scene, and this evident when you look at Surrey’s Public Art Collection.

Art installations—including paintings, sculptures and memorials—dot the landscape in Surrey, making the town’s dedication to the arts plain to see. Learn more about Surrey’s public art collection and find out how you can find great Fleetwood real estate if you want to move to an arts focused community.

City Centre

One of my favorite areas in all of Surrey is the City Centre, which should also be your first stop if you’re interested in taking a tour of the city’s public art collection. When visiting the City Centre, one of your first stops should be City Hall, which features some of the most beautiful pieces in the entire art collection, including a painting by Nicoletta Baumeister titled, “A Busy Street”.

While you’re in the area, you should also make a point of visiting the Chuck Bailey Recreation Center so that you can view the “Convergence” mosaic collection that reflects the unique spirit of Surrey and its commitment to diversity.

Fleetwood

Fleetwood is one of the premier neighborhoods in all of Surrey, which is why I choose to live and work here. While Fleetwood offers almost countless benefits, one of my favorite features is its great selection of Surrey public art. Walk around almost any corner in Fleetwood and you’ll be able to find interesting works from the area’s most exciting artists.

One of the best works of public art in Fleetwood is the Fleetwood Mosaics and Ceramic Mural featured at the Community Center. You also need to make sure to see such other works as the “A Million Summers” murals at the Recreation Complex and the “Gnomon” installation at the perennial garden.

Living in an Arts Committed Community is Important

If you don’t live in an art committed community like Surrey, then you might not understand why public art is so important. Simply put, public art fosters a sense of connection to a community, bringing the people closer together and increasing community spirit. A dedication to the arts also conveys openness, welcoming visitors and making long time residents feel at home.

If you’re considering a move soon, you should consider a town like Surrey and a neighborhood like Fleetwood that supports and promotes the arts.

Find Great Fleetwood Real Estate Near Surrey’s Public Art

Now that you know a little more about Surrey and its public arts collection, as well as why the arts are important to a community, you might be considering a move to this wonderful community. To find the best Fleetwood real estate near great public art, you need to work with an expert realtor like me at Fleetwood Real Estate.

I can help you find the homes that will fit your family’s needs exactly. Give me a call at 604-670-7173 or send me an e-mail so that we can have a conversation about how you can move to Fleetwood as soon as possible.

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