Geneva Public Art

As you explore downtown Geneva watch for sculptures, murals and other outdoor artwork along the way. Whimsical and unique pieces are scattered across the City waiting to be discovered. To experience the Geneva History Museum's self guided Public Art Tour, download the map or purchase a paper copy at their gift shop at 113 S Third St.


A Unique Cycle - Bike Rack Art

 


Fourth St. near the intersection of State St. 


Art on Fire - Fire Hydrant Art


Artists take to the streets putting their creative mark on Geneva fire hydrants as part of the City's "Art on Fire" program. "Art on Fire" was initiated by the City with the assistance from its Cultural Arts Commission to have individuals "adopt" and paint fire hydrants to display creative artwork. You can take a virtual tour of all our decorated hydrants on our interactive map.

Want to participate in the 2019 program? Applications are available online or at City Hall.

Bicycle Lion - Sculpture


Front lawn of Grahams 318 Coffeehouse at 318 S. Third St.publicarttour


CASA Kane County Grow a Healthy Child Garden - Sculpture 

Lawn behind the Kane County Courthouse at 100 S. Third St.

Dala Hitching Post - Bike Rack Art

Located near the Geneva Post Office on James St. at the intersection of Third St.



Daphne: Out of the Laurel Gone - Sculpture
215 Fulton St. on the lawn of Lannert Group and Allen+Pepa Architects


Geneva Sesquicentennial Trees - Sculpture


Island Park on the Fox River, north of the playground (Geneva Park District)

Hansen Baking Mural


114 E. State St. at the Law Offices of Douglas B. Warlick & Associates

Horse - Sculpture

On the side patio of Graham's Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream at 302 S Third St.Bicycle Lion

It Takes a Village - Mosaic Tile Mural


The alley between the Fox Valley Jewish Neighbors at 121 S. Third St. and the Geneva History Museum 


Kane County Veterans Memorial - Monument

In the front lawn of the Kane County Government Center at 719 S. Batavia Ave.

Lincoln Highway Mural


Corner of State and Second streets
Geneva played an important role in connecting the cities of the Fox River Valley to the Lincoln Highway.
The Lincoln Highway Interpretive Gazebo is located in front of Geneva’s City Hall, 22 S. First St. One in a series of 16, the gazebo features display panels depicting exciting stories.

Mill Flower - Sculpture


Corner of State and Water streets on the Fox River
Dala Hitching Post


Origami: Family of Cranes - Sculpture


215 Fulton St. on the lawn of Lannert Group and Allen+Pepa Architects

Prairie Girl - Sculpture


Near the entrance of Peck Farm Park (Geneva Park District) at 4038 Kaneville Rd.

Rain Man - Sculpture


Joshel Plaza at the corner of Third St. and Crescent Pl., north of the Geneva Metra station

Soldier and Sailors Memorial - Monument


Steps in front of the Kane County Courthouse at 100 S. Third St.

Welcome Rounds - Bike Rack Art


Campbell Street near the intersection of Third St.

Is there Geneva public art missing from this list? Please email us any additions. 
To learn more about exciting cultural art initiatives in the community, check the Geneva Cultural Arts Commission web page.