Gateshead Riverside Park


 

Pulic art in the park include:

View Sculptures: Next Sculpture

Cone by Andy Goldsworthy (1992)

Entrance Feature by Keith Barrett (2010)

Foliate Forms by Gilbert Ward (2010)

Goats by Sally Matthews (1992)

Once Upon a Time by Richard Deacon (1990)

Phoenix Cobbles by Maggie Howarth (1994)

Rise and Fall by Lulu Quinn (2007)

Riverside Rivets by Andrew McKeown (2010)

Rolling Moon by Colin Rose (1990)

Rose Street Features by Graeme Hopper (2005/6)

Thornbird Railings by Marcela Livingston (2005)

 

nearby: Nocturne lighting on the Queen Elizabeth II bridge, by Nayan Kulkani (2007)

 

from http://www.gateshead.gov.uk...
Riverside Park
- "Riverside Park was landscaped during 1960-1970. During the late 1980's and in the early 1990's a number of sculptures were introduced within the park. The development of the ...

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(West) Entrance Feature, Gateshead Riverside Park

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Path in Gateshead Riverside Park

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Rock outcrop in Gateshead Riverside Park

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The Rose Street entrance to Gateshead Riverside Park (2)

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View of Gateshead, 1854

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Gateshead Riverside Park (pdf)
- PDF with map of the park, history & overview of sculptures.

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Ornamental seat off Rose Street, Gateshead Riverside Park

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Cup and ring boulder, Gateshead Riverside Park

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