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by Tom Keyser

Author: Tom Keyser
Publisher: Johnson Gorman; First Edition edition (2000)
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Udderly Art Pasture .

A herd of colorfully painted bovine statues can be found in the middle of "cowtown. Dubbed Udderly Art, the project was a nod to Calgary’s past, and sparked endless amusement and curiosity among visitors to the downtown area. Made from molded fiberglass, the bovine statues are four-and-a-half feet tall and seven feet long, and weigh almost 100 pounds. No Thanks Visit AtlasObscura.

Udderly Art, Colourful Cows For Calgary, by Tom Keyser. Public Work: Udderly Art, Bovine with a Cause (Corn on the Cow), Canada Safeway.

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A Map of the Udderly Art cow locations in downtown Calgary during the event

A Map of the Udderly Art cow locations in downtown Calgary during the event. Though many cows ended up in private residences, including some in Vancouver, Toronto, Thunder Bay and the United States, others found their way to institutions. from 5th to 6th Street.

A group of charity-minded individuals, led by artist and businesswoman Bonnie Laycock, thought Cowtown was lacking in cows, and so the Udderly Art: Colourful Cows for Calgary project was born. The molded fiberglass cows were originally white, clocking in at 54 inches tall from head to hoof; 84 inches long from nose to tail; and weighing 90 pounds. Though that number shot up to 900 once the concrete bases were added).