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Ed Sandoval stands for a portrait Friday (Nov. 20) outside his gallery.

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Ed Sandoval stands for a portrait Friday (Nov. 20) outside his gallery.

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Ed Sandoval stands for a portrait Friday (Nov. 20) outside his gallery.

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Ed Sandoval stands for a portrait Friday (Nov. 20) outside his gallery.

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Ed Sandoval walks through to his studio Friday (Nov. 20) in Taos.

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Ed Sandoval greets his horse, Torreón, on Friday (Nov. 20) outside his gallery in Taos.

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The sun sets over Ed Sandoval's gallery Wednesday (Nov. 18) in Taos.

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The sun sets over Ed Sandoval's gallery Wednesday (Nov. 18) in Taos.

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The sun sets over Ed Sandoval's gallery Wednesday (Nov. 18) in Taos.

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Born in Nambé, Ed Sandoval grew up in nearby Los Alamos where his father worked as an engineer, but summers were spent on the family ranch in Nambé, where he learned to ride horses, as well as learned the love of the land that had sustained generations of his family.