Sculpture: Cor-Ten steel, found objects including springs, pipes and railroad spikes; Grotto: basalt rock, concrete
Administered by City of Spokane Parks & Recreation North 507 Howard Street Riverfront Park Spokane Washington 99201
Located Riverfront Park Corner of Spokane Falls Boulevard & Stevens Spokane Washington
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Washington survey, 1994.
Image on file.
(Artist's monogram on proper right back hindquarter of goat)/74 (On plaque mounted to basalt:) PAULA TURNBULL/sculptor/GIVEN TO THE PEOPLE/OF SPOKANE BY/THE WOMEN'S COUNCIL/OF REALTORS/1974 signed
Expo '74: The International Exposition on the Environment, Spokane, 1974.
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A steel goat with horns made of springs, legs of pipe and eyes the cut off ends of railway spikes. His coat is shaggy, made from triangular cuts of steel. He stands on concrete paving in a grotto bounded by roughly-hewn columns of basalt rock of varying heights.