Cline has described Foamhenge as his greatest achievement. He has also built hundreds of dinosaur statues, including thirty for his own Dinosaur Kingdom and nineteen for Dinosaur Land in White Post, Virginia, the park that inspired him to sculpt. Cline's work appears in attractions across Virginia, including a concentration of works in and around Natural Bridge, where he works out of Enchanted Castle Studios. His studio appears in the book Weird Virginia and the Roadside America books and website.
In 2001, a fire destroyed much of Cline's studio.
- Mark Cline website About Me
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- Clodfelter, Tim (September 1, 2006). "Fiberglass Menagerie: Virginia Man Lives Out Dream of Creating Statues, Scenes". Winston-Salem Journal. Retrieved April 20, 2012.
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- Mark Cline's website
- Profile by The Washington Post
- Profile by The News Virginian
- Mark Cline at Julie's Tacky Treasures
- NBC29 April Fools' Day coverage
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