Drawn from Real Life


Everybody loves a parade, but instead of oversized superheroes floating by, Stanford’s parade is an homage to domesticated plants and animals. These humble creatures created the energy surplus which permits us to work in real estate, educate ourselves, go on vacation, and hold parades. 

Over a seven year span, Stanford’s parents struggled through Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, other infirmities of age and death. Many of her works describe the courage they displayed along with their anxiety and despair. Her mother couldn’t recognize her family members, and her father’s life ended in resignation. Telling their stories has been her way to witness.




2018 Member of the Society of American Graphic artists, NY, NY
2017  *Church of St. Asaph’s, Bala Cynwyd, PA
Artspace, Santa Fe, NM

 2016  *Artspace, Loveland, CO
*ONE Arts Gallery, Burlington, VT 

2015   Art in City Hall, Exhibition juried and staged by The Print Center, Philadelphia 

2012  *Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hackensack, NJ 

2011   *Annenberg Conference Center for Medical Education, Wynnewood, PA
Washington Printmakers Guild, Silver Spring, MD
*Soho20 Chelsea Gallery, New York, NY 

2010  *Villanova University, Villanova, PA 

2009  Arcadia University, Glenside, PA

         Philadelphia Museum of Art juried show in Perelman Library

         *The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, PA 

2007  *Warehouse Theater and Gallery Washington DC 

2006  Falling Cow Gallery 

2004, 2005 Spector Gallery Philadelphia 

2004, 2006 State Museum of Pennsylvania Harrisburg. Art of the State competition

2003  *Manayunk Art Center Philadelphia
Washington and Jefferson College Washington PA
Philadelphia Sketch Club Philadelphia 

2003, 2006 Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Philadelphia 

2002  Washington County Museum of Art Hagerstown MD 

2001  Pendle Hill Conference Center Wallingford PA 

2000  The College of New Jersey Trenton NJ 

1999  *University City Arts League Philadelphia 

1997  Third Street Gallery Philadelphia 

1996  Wayne Art Center Wayne PA 

1995  *The Schuylkill Center Philadelphia 

1992  *Episcopal Academy Merion PA 


2003  Cheltenham Center for the Arts Cheltenham PA 

1996  Delaware Center for Contemporary Art Wilmington 

1995  Abington Art Center Abington, PA. Second Place
Artforms Gallery Philadelphia. Paula Simon Memorial Award for Painting
Delaware Center for Contemporary Art Wilmington. First Place 

1994  Abington Art Center Abington, PA. Honorable Mention
Penn State Delaware County Campus Award of Distinction 

1992  Main Line Art Center Haverford, PA. Eliot Raum Prize for Painting 

1972-4  National Endowment for the Humanities grant to study Cajun music