Arts & Culture
Angus Shaw– Standing seven metres high, the enormous hand-carved statue of fur trader Angus Shaw welcomes visitors to the Bonnyville and District Museum at 4401 – 54 Avenue. The massive statue reminds us of Shaw’s contributions to the development of western Canada in the late 1700s.The statue was carved by Herman Poulin of Hub Designs in St. Edouard, AB.
Glendon Pyrogy– The Giant Pyrogy was conceived to attract tourists. PML Exhibits of Calgary was contracted to build the Pyrogy out of fibreglass and steel. The giant Pyrogy was constructed at PML Exhibits Services' construction site at Salmon Arm, B.C. and transported to Glendon August 26, 1991. The Pyrogy stands 25 feet tall, 12 feet wide, and weighs 6,000 pounds.
Pope’s Cross– The cross blessed by Pope John Paul II during his visit to Edmonton in 1984 stands in a field adjacent to Highway 28 between Cold Lake North and South. The cross was sponsored by the local Knights of Columbus and returned to Cold Lake after the Edmonton ceremony.
Galleries and Studios
Alex Janvier Gallery- World-renowned artist Alex Janvier displays his original works in the Janvier Gallery on Cold Lake First Nations 149B. The gallery was designed by globally recognized architect Douglas Cardinal. Viewings by appointment only. 780.639.4545