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Citizen Welles takes his place in Woodstock

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The Woodstock Independent: Orson Welles
People directly involved with the Woodstock on Film and on the Stage Mural and Sculpture Garden pose with the statue of Orson Welles after it was dedicated June 8. Pictured are (from left) RB Thompson, former city councilman who had the idea for the 118-foot mural of local entertainment icons; Michael Bihlmaler, a Marengo woodcarver who created a 600-pound wood sculpture of Woodstock Willie for the garden; Welles sculptor Bobby Joe Scribner; graphic designer Michael Stanard, who designed the mural; and mural painter Mark Adamany, of Rockford.
Woodstock finally gave adopted son Orson Welles a permanent seat. And it came as the latest addition to the Woodstock on Film and on the Stage Mural and Sculpture Garden, […]
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