New Guinea Sculpture Garden at Stanford University

Lomita Drive near Santa Teresa St, Stanford, CA 94305


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Created in a small oak and cedar grove on the Stanford campus, the sculpture garden was created in 1994 by ten master carvers from Papua New Guinea and two landscape architects, one from New Guinea, the other an American.

The garden includes large relief carved poles, free-standing individual figures, garamut slit drums, and other large-scale site-specific works carved using indigenous carving woods.