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Model history: Marco museum

People are reflected in the model's protective case while it was put on display at a function at Marco Island's M&I Bank, which has supported the museum effort since inception.

Photo by QUENTIN ROUX, Staff

People are reflected in the model's protective case while it was put on display at a function at Marco Island's M&I Bank, which has supported the museum effort since inception.

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  • Some of the Stephen Muldoon giclee prints that were on display at the M&I Bank reception, just two days before ground-breaking took place for the Marco Island Museum.
  • Craig Woodward poses with the model he created of the new Marco Island Museum. It took him about three months of painstaking work.
  • A close up of one of the buildings in the model reveal's Woodward's attention to detail. He made the roof covering from real palm fronds, which he snipped and glued in place. The bridge in the picture is less than an inch long.
  • People are reflected in the model's protective case while it was put on display at a function at Marco Island's M&I Bank, which has supported the museum effort since inception.
  • A slightly more distant view of the model shows the building and parking lot. The model was built to scale by historian and attorney Craig Woodward.
  • Benefactor Thelma Sergeant draws one of the tickets submitted by ETC readers as part of a prize quiz that appeared in the publication over the past few months. Left is a founding member of the Marco Island Historical Society, Betsy Perdichizzi, while Sergeant's husband Bob makes a quip.
  • Carol Engstrom of Marco Island reacts after winning one of the giclee prints by artist Stephen Muldoon in the ETC historical quiz competition. With her is Betsy Perdichizzi, co-chair of the historical society's capital campaign.
  • Historical Society member Dawn Henderson chats with artist Stephen Muldoon, who provided prize giclees prints at the M&I Bank reception, and also donated half of the proceeds of sales of his other giclees to the society.
  • Model designer Craig Woodward talks to Ed and Kathy Miracco about the model he made of the Marco Island Museum. The occasion was a reception hosted by M&I Bank, which has supported the museum project since inception.
  • Some of the Stephen Muldoon giclee prints that were on display at the M&I Bank reception, just two days before ground-breaking took place for the Marco Island Museum.
  • Some of the Stephen Muldoon giclee prints that were on display at the M&I Bank reception, just two days before ground-breaking took place for the Marco Island Museum.

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