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Cone is a sculpture in Gateshead Riverside Park by Andy Goldsworthy (1992).  This sculpture, is made from layers of steel plate, representing the industrial history of Gateshead, whilst referencing a natural form.[1] It is one of a series of sculptures, each made from different materials by the artist, located in France, South Australia and Dumfriesshire.

Gateshead Riverside Park Sculpture and Carvings
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Cone

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Cone - detail

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Gateshead Riverside Park (2)

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Cone

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Cone - Andy Goldsworthy
- "Cone may surprise those who associate Andy Goldsworthy with more ephemeral, hand-made constructions of leaves, earth, grasses or flowers. Expressing a strong affinity with nature, these works use materials found ...

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