This article catalogues public art on the O-Train. More information may be found in the individual station articles.
|Bayview||As the Crow Flies||Adrian Göllner||Tubular steel and fencing depicting the silhouettes of various Ottawa buildings and the flight line of a crow, used as a 120-metre barrier between the tracks|
|Cascades||Pierre Poussin||Laser-cut aluminum sculpture inspired by the Chaudière Falls|
|Blair||Lightscape||cj fleury and Catherine Widgery||Suspended screens with small pieces of glass|
|Carleton||locomOtion||Stuart Kinmond||Aluminum sculpture with red panels inspired by OC Transpo's logo|
|Cyrville||The Stand of Birch||Don Maynard||Stainless steel art of 13 trees and grasses|
|Hurdman||Coordinated Movement||Jill Anholt||Metal structure depicting birds' flight patterns|
|Lees||Transparent Passage||Amy Thompson||Painted glass depicting the Rideau River and sculpture of a bird in flight|
|Lyon||This Images Relies on Positive Thinking||Geoff McFetridge||Paintings on the station's walls|
|With Words as Their Actions||PLANT Architect||Stainless steel installations honouring the founders of the Women's Canadian Historical Society and member Anne Dewar's The Last Days of Bytown|
|Parliament||Lone Pine Sunset||Douglas Coupland||Cubist interpretation of Tom Thomson's The Jack Pine|
|Trails: home and away||Jennifer Stead||Steel panels depicting low-growing Canadian plants|
|Pimisi||Eel Spirit, Basket, and Fence||Nadia Myre||Art pieces depicting an eel, woven basket, and birch trees, significant to the Algonquin people|
|Màmawi: Together||Simon Brascoupé, Emily Brascoupé-Hoefler, Sherry-Ann Rodgers, Doreen Stevens, and Sylvia Tennisco||100 painted canoe paddles arranged in the shape of a canoe.|
|Algonquin Moose||Simon Brascoupé||Sculpture of a moose|
|Algonquin Birch Bark Biting Window Art||Simon Brascoupé, Claire Brascoupé, and Mairi Brascoupé||Depictions of Algonquin birch bark biting on the station's windows|
|Rideau||FLOW / FOTS||Geneviève Cadieux||Glass screens with image of water flow|
|The shape this takes to get to that||Jim Verburg||Murals along the station escalators|
|St-Laurent||Untitled||Andrew Morrow||Three murals depicting Canadian history|
|Tremblay||National Garden||Jyhling Lee||Silhouettes of the official flowers of Canada's provinces and territories and the City of Ottawa|
|Tunney's Pasture||Gradient Space||Derek Root||Coloured mosaics along the platforms and a stained-glass skylight|
|uOttawa||Train of Thought||Derek Michael Besant||Series of portraits with shifting appearance|
|Sphere Field||Kenneth Emig||Mirrored sphere sculpture in a glass cube case|
- Abma, Sandra (September 18, 2019). "Artistic surprises up, down, all around on Confederation Line". CBC News. Retrieved October 19, 2019.
- Vaghela, Ananya; Wicks, Sara; Tram, Jeff (October 3, 2019). "Ottawa's LRT stations hold city's biggest public art project so far". Capital Current. Retrieved March 10, 2020.
- "O-Train Confederation Line". City of Ottawa. Retrieved March 10, 2020.
- "New sculpture unveiled at O-Train station". CBC News. November 3, 2015. Retrieved September 18, 2019.
- "City unveils public art along Confederation Line LRT stations". CBC News. July 25, 2017. Retrieved March 10, 2020.
- "AABAAKWAD SPEAKERS". Art Gallery of Ontario. Retrieved March 10, 2020.
- "Màmawi : Together". Retrieved March 10, 2020.