Campbell Park Art
Eleven pieces of public art and sculpture are based in Campbell Park, and it is possible to tour around and view all the pieces in one go by following one of our self-guided trails.
The collection has been added to in recent years with the most recent addition being the Milton Keynes Rose completed in 2014, as a central space for celebration, commemoration and remembrance. Discover more about MK Rose here and by visiting dedicated website http://miltonkeynesrose.org.uk.
Sculpture made of concrete and wood by Ivan and Heather Morrisonread more
Located in the Labyrinth made of laser cut steelread more
Made from Granite by sculptor Ronald Raeread more
Animals in War
Carved from granite by Ronald Rae as a memorial of all animals that have died in wars,read more
By Ray Smith this piece is made from laser cut mild steel and painted in its iconic red paintread more
Living willow sculpture next the the canal at Campbell Park by Claire Wilksread more
Made of Corten steel by artist Allen Jonesread more
Composed of blue grey slate by artist Peter Bowkerread more
Onwards and Upwards
Carved by artist Robert Koenigread more
Commissioned in 2012 to replace the original basket beacon by artist Liliane Lijnread more