| SCULPTORS: MELIESA JUDGE & WILL KUIPER
Unveiling of Malcolm Blight statue
21st August 2015

Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Statue was unveiled by John Olsen AO and Sports Commentator Bruce McAvaney
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Ian McLachlan corrects Meliesa's speech before the unveiling
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight with his family at the moment of the unveiling
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight introduced by the Hon John Olsen AO
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Bruce McAvaney
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Blight "kicking the ball right over the stands"
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Introduced by John Olsen AO Meliesa Judge spoke about the making of the sculpture.
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Will Kuiper and Meliesa Judge with Malcolm Blight
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Philanthropist Basil Sellers with the artists.
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Barry Robran, Malcolm Blight and Russell Ebert
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
Malcolm Blight statue, Adelaide oval
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Unveiling photos: Photographer Chris Oaten, Insight Visuals

Crowd photos: Meliesa Judge

 
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