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Wickham Stone Park (circa 1969) is a collection of folk art, consisting of over 40 life-size concrete statues of political figures,Indian chiefs, politicians,patriots and religious figures. The park is the lifetime creation of Tennessee folk artist Enoch Tanner(E.T.) Wickham (1883-1970).

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Tuesday, December 09, 2008

wickham stone park ... the movie!




2 comments:

BirminghamExaminer said...

Oh my goodness, I just rediscovered E.T. Wickham thanks to your website. Back in 1975 I was a teenager living for a brief time in a small town called Waverly Tennessee and my friends and I visited "The Statues" as we called it on many occasions. It was such a treasure and even though we were frivolous teenagers we were awed by the creativity and genius of the artist, E T Wickham. I have a very pleasant memory of taking my mom there. Thank you for creating this blog and the Stone Park website.

Myrtle Beach said...

I've just found out about him for the first time. So I guess you've started a spark and rekindled an old flame at once!