There's a new sculpture near camp randall stadium... paying tribute to a well-known madison artist.
Harry whitehorse belonged to the ho-chunk bear clan.
He was a world-war two naval veteran, owned an auto body shop for 45 years... and was best known for his extraordinary artwork and creativity.
Before he passed in december 2017... whitehorse created the model for the new badger sculpture -- that's now in the plaza where monroe and regent streets intersect.
Mayor satya rhodes-conway clip: troxel496401 20:05:29 "i am so grateful, and i know many of us in the city are grateful for the efforts that are underway to tell the story of the ho-chunk people and their connection to this land that we all live on."
43 the sculpture dedication service today included singing and drumming, ho-chunk dancers, and the sanford white- eagle post 556 color guard -- in honor of whitehorse's world war two service.