Take a look at our bronze lady statue. The woman sat naked on the ground. She could only raise her head and close her eyes as if she were feeling something. Her expression looked very happy. As public artists, we believe in the power of art and its ability to open people’s hearts. Whether it’s to teach us something, inspire us, or just to make us smile, public art has the power to affect real change, which we’ve seen time and time again. We are often asked, “Why are statutes of equality so important?” It’s a good question and a long answer. Women have long been overlooked, so much so that working on a public statue project might surprise many. Some ask whether enough women deserve such an honor. These reactions are just to show how important this project is. We need to change the mindset of the world so that women are no longer ignored but empowered. So more and more lady sculptures appear in our view.
Across the globe, women are forgotten when it comes to paying homage to heroes past and present in the form of public sculpture. In almost every country in the world, women make up only 2-3% of public status. It is not for lack of worthy women. The placement of the bronze lady statue is used to balance the gender and racial representation of public statues. By changing the gender balance in statues and normalizing women’s success in a very public way, the stigma surrounding women’s worth and place in society will begin to disappear. This will open up more opportunities for women in terms of career paths, equal pay, and recognition for their achievements. It shows that equality can be achieved in very tangible and real ways. Aongking also has more figure sculptures for you to choose from.