Public Art & DeLand Sculpture Walk

The newest collaboration with the City of DeLand is the Utility Box Art Project. The Utility Box Art program in partnership with the City of Deland is a part of the Downtown Community Redevelopment Area plan. After many months, even years of planning, the Museum and its Public Art Committee issued the call to artists, arranged for a jury selection of artwork to be displayed, handled the logistics of the vinyl reproduction of the art, and the wrap installation onto the utility boxes. Artists chosen for the project include Bobbi Baugh, Regina Dunn, Ray Johnson, Harry Messersmith and John Wilton.

This latest public art collaboration with the City of Deland is in addition to the DeLand sculpture walk and displaying the Legendary Florida Collection of paintings by Jackson Walker which hang in the rotunda of the Historic Volusia County Courthouse.



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

Maps for a walking tour are available at the MainStreet DeLand office and at the Museum of Art – DeLand, Florida.

A smartphone audio tour is also available for this walk – download the app from

Thirteen sculptures by twelve artists are featured in the 2017 DeLand Sculpture Walk.
Please join us for the Artist's Reception on Friday, March 3, 2017.
AudioMap of DeLand Sculpture Walk


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100 N. Woodland Blvd.

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