“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” – Maya Angelou
This exclusive bust of Maya Angelou was created for use with the WhereAreTheWomen? Kickstarter. This group was raising awareness for the lack of female representation in the form of statues, busts, and most public art. Learn more here: https://www.wherearethewomen.us/ Maya Angelou serves as a reminder to stand up for equal rights as she used her words for Civil Rights Activism. Angelou believed in raising moral standards of living in America. As such, this bust is the perfect gift for anyone striving for a better United States of America.
Standing at 7 inches, two color options are available for order. This bust is made of our signature casted marble and offered in a finished bronze or natural white marble.
About the Manufacturer:
MARBLECast Products, Inc. was established as a full-service manufacturing facility in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1995. Inspired by their Greek heritage, the Karpos family began importing Greek handcrafted souvenirs in 1991, solely for supplying Greek festival gift shops around the United States. However, of all the items imported, the statues were the most popular. After three years of importing, the family began exploring the possibility of manufacturing the statues locally to save on import costs, to control quality and to be able to fulfill orders promptly. Two years of research and development successfully created the unique white bonded marble recipe that is still used today, exclusively. All statues are proudly manufactured and handcrafted in the MARBLECast facility in Salt Lake City, Utah.