Through vision, hard work and collaboration, Loveland has created a large, diverse public art collection that creates a sense of place and purpose. Here you will find sculpture on the way to the grocery store, in residential neighborhoods, in front of banks and offices, and in parks and playgrounds. Artistic expression abounds, creating the rich tapestry that makes Loveland unique among Colorado communities.

Loveland’s public art collection is unique as 68% of the value of the collection has been donated to the City by individual artists, community organizations and private donors.  The Loveland High Plains Arts Council remains the City’s largest donor, having gifted the City with the sculptures on display in Benson Sculpture Garden and the recent expansion into Benson Sculpture Garden at North Lake Park.  Over the past 32 years, proceeds from the annual Sculpture in the Park have funded multiple capital projects within the two parks, as well as the fine art collection.