Goats, Gateshead Riverside Park


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Goats are a series of sculptures in Gateshead Riverside Park by Sally Matthews (1992). The 7 lifelike goats were based on real animals at Bill Quay Community Farm, where visitors could watch the artist using recycled materials to construct the sculptures.[1] The goats appear to be climbing and grazing, located below the Queen Elizabeth II bridge.  

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'Goats', Gateshead Riverside Park

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Feral goats, Gateshead

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Goat's head, Pipewellgate, NE8

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Goats, Pipewellgate, NE8

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Goats - Sally Matthews
- "Sally Matthews' seven life-sized Goats were installed on a bank in 1992, below the Queen Elizabeth II bridge. They enjoy a goat-friendly setting, climbing and foraging amongst the wild vegetation ...

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