Rolling Moon, Gateshead Riverside Park


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Rolling Moon-Colin Rose (1990) The sculpture has become one of the most well known public artworks in Gateshead. It spans 27 metres and reaches a height of 11 metres at its peak. This elegant curved steel sculpture represents the moon’s effect on the oceans’ tides.

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View across River Tyne

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'Rolling Moon', Gateshead Riverside Park

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Rolling Moon

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Rolling Moon - Colin Rose
- "Originally made for Gateshead's site at the Glasgow Garden Festival (1988), Rolling Moon was subsequently relocated on the banks of the Tyne in 1990. The Glasgow Festival was based ...

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