March 9, 2014
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A painted bronze lioness stands sentry at the entrance to sculptor Bill Sanders’ farmhouse. Sanders says his pride of bronze lion sculptures are his favorite pieces he’s done.
May 3, 2008 in Features on Page E1
Every year, millions of people can see Bill Sanders’ realistic, life-size animal sculptures in Spokane. The most prominent are a nearly 12-foot-tall bull moose – with 6-foot-wide antlers – and …
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