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Gilbert Ward


Sculptor, born 1935. During his career, Gilbert taught sculpture at Northumbria University. He has been artist in residence for Cheesburn, Alnwick Gardens, Gateshead Riverside Park & Saltwell Park.

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Foliate Carving
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Foliate Carving
- Foliate Carving by Gilbert Ward in 2006 was carved out of Doddington stone. It is located in Saltwell Park. A later work by the same artist - 'Foliate Forms' is ...
Source of the South Tyne (Sculpture)
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Source of the South Tyne (Sculpture)
- This abstract sculpture by Gilbert Ward marks the source of the River South Tyne. It is located by Tyne Head Fell, about 4 miles south of the of Garrigill in ...
School Green Sculpture
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School Green Sculpture
- This sculpture by Gilbert Ward is located on the site of an ancient village cross at Longhoughton. It was commissioned by Longboughton Parish Council and unveiled in 2004. Made from Doddington ...
Foliate Forms
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Foliate Forms
- Foliate Forms is a sculpture in Gateshead Riverside Park by Gilbert Ward (2010). It is carved from Blaxter Stone and stands over 3 metres high[1], overlooking the River Tyne. A ...
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Source of the North Tyne

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Gilbert Ward July Sculpture 30 Artist of the Month.
- 5th August 2016 "...Another Month over and another Sculpture 30 Artist of the Month; for July we have been lucky enough to have Gilbert Ward as our artist in residence ...

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"Prudhammerstone Plinth", Cheeseburn Sculpture Exhibition

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'Celtic Ring', a Grizedale Forest sculpture

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Standing Stone, Gilbert Ward, Bowes Railway Path

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