Arts Spirit by Judith Greavu, 1989, bronze, 7.5' x 3' x 3'

Arts Spirit by Judith Greavu
1989, bronze, 7.5′ x 3′ x 3′

The DeLand Sculpture Walk (DSW) is a collaborative effort with The City of DeLand and the Museum of Art – DeLand, Florida offering established and emerging artists the opportunity to display their sculptures throughout the heart of beautiful downtown DeLand, Florida.The artwork changes biennially, revealing a variety of artistic styles through the use of concrete, aluminum, stainless steel, PVC, bronze, copper and other materials.

When visiting the sculptures, smart phones can be used to scan the QR codes or by dialing (386)626-2179 for an audio presentation. Maps for a walking tour are available at the MainStreet DeLand office and at the Museum of Art – DeLand, Florida.

DeLand Sculpture Walk & Museum Audio Guide


Otocast: See. Hear. Explore. It’s like having a personal tour guide with you. App for Apple products click here.   App for Androids click here.


2014 DeLand Sculpture Walk Intermodal Transportation Facility Call for Artists

2013- 15 DeLand Sculpture Walk Opening

Leaving Soon: The 2013-15 DeLand Sculpture Walk Exhibition of 12 sculptures will be coming to an end September 15. New sculptures will be installed early October with an opening reception planned for the 30th of October at the Museum of Art – DeLand. So be sure to visit these wonderful works of art throughout the City before they leave.

Artisan Alley October 17, 2013, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
2013-15 DeLand Sculpture Walk Brochure and Exhibition Map

Past DeLand Sculpture Walks

West Volusia Beacon Weekend issue 06.27.13
West Volusia Beacon Weekend issue 07.04.13
Call for Sculptors for 2013-2015 DeLand Sculpture Walk (Deadline May 1, 2013)
Goals and Benefits
DeLand Sculpture Walk Video 2011-12
2011-2012 Brochure and Exhibition Map
Making a Difference: DeLand Sculpture Walk Video 2011
DeLand Sculpture Walk Video 2010-11


Peace by Joan Baliker, DeLand Sculpture Walk  2010 – 11

Donated to the City of DeLand in part by Freda Lane Smith, Susan Macon, Mara Whitridge, David and Sandra Wilson, Ann Colwell, Terri and Rob Peaden, Erin Jamerson, Patricia Stead, Nancy Breeze, George Flack, Jack and Maria Becker, Nancy Lewis, Diane Neetz, Jim Murphy and additional contributors listed on site at the 100 block of West Indiana Avenue at the north end of Chess Park.