Avard T. Fairbanks Art

Avard T. Fairbanks religious sculptures An outstanding addition to the historical record of 20th Century American artists.

A Sculptor's Testimony
in Bronze and Stone.

Sacred Sculpture by
Avard T. Fairbanks.

Profusely illustrated with creative sculpture of religious figures and personalities with descriptive text. The first edition was published in 1972; a second, enlarged edition was published in 1974. 8.5" x 11", 160 pages, approximately 100 photographs, hard bound. $21.95

For the full story, please purchase the book.


A Monument to Peace: Our Hope for the Children. Although there are move than 70 references to Peace in the Holy Bible, it is unfortunate that Christ's admonitions for peace have not consistently been heeded.

Peace should be and can be a positive force, but it must be promoted with national motivations and energies. There must be a conviction that conflict is not inevitable.

Peace detail

Monument to Peace, details of Our Hope for the Children.

First Sunday School in Utah

A monument commemorating the First Sunday School in Utah was erected at the corner of Third South and First West, Salt Lake City. It is a panel depicting Richard Ballantyne teaching several students in his pioneer home, for the moment converted into a classroom. The sculpture is cast in bronze and mounted on a hewn granite slab.

Moses by Avard T. Fairbanks

Moses Descending from Mount Sinai. The sculptor has caught the moment as he descends, staff in one hand, tables in the other. A justifiable anger pervades his whole being when he sees how quickly the children of Israel have reverted to idolatry.

Contact to Purchase Sculpture   ||   How to Purchase Books

Copyright 2019 © Eugene F. Fairbanks and Lenore Frodsham, all rights reserved.