Whistler Public Art

Since serving as Host Mountain Resort for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Whistler Mountain has been able to display the five interlocking rings. This Olympic symbol was designed in 1913 by Pierre de Coubertin. The Village rings continue to attract long lines of selfie-snappers looking to mark their time in Whistler.

The Whistler Olympic rings and Paralympic Agitos are Art ID# 137 in a healthy Whistler Public Art program that has been running since 1996 and now includes more than fifty pieces.

Other art pieces in the collection are:

Timeless Circle Sculpture. Susan Point. 2016

Bear Affection. Mike Tyler. 2009

Jeri. James Stewart. 2011

Welcome Figure. Lead carver Tawx’sin Yexwulla, Poolxtun (Aaron Nelson Moody). Assisted by Banksht (Delmar Williams) and Westa7 (Todd Edmonds). 2012.

Celestri (Heavenly Body). Lightraye Studio. 2005

Thunderbird. Sinámkin. 2018

He-yay meymuy (Big Flood). Xwalacktun (Rick Harry). 2014-15


Hannah Case


Mural Festival '19

Elizabeth Newton

Elizabeth Newton