Sculpting for over 45 years, Stanford has earned the reputaion for using sculpture as a means to positively document cultural history. As such, three of his major art pieces now find their homes at the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku, Maui as well as the Taylor-Barela-Reynolds State Monument in Mesilla, NM. At one time his bronze sculptures were available at six art galleries in Hawaii, California and New Mexico. Now, however he frequently sells his more affordable work at the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts Market on Saturday mornings.
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