Roadside Attractions: The Weird and Wonderful Worlds of Mark ClineFebruary 05, 2016 - June 26, 2016
Price-Strongwell Cultural Heritage Galleries
For over thirty years, Waynesboro native Mark Cline has covered commonwealth and country with a vast array of delightful, fantastic, and (occasionally) horrific creatures. From alien, ghost, and pirate attractions to Broadway plays, museums, and national television, Cline’s creations have captivated a worldwide audience. Roadside Attractions:The Weird and Wonderful Worlds of Mark Cline explores the life and work of this Rockbridge County-based artist through drawings, photos, video, and large-scale fiberglass creatures ranging from King Kong and Humpty Dumpty to Frankenchicken and the artist himself.
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