Artist P. Suarez's Cesar Chavez Bronze Bust Found a Home in the White House: Limited Edition Now Av

GRAY, Tenn. - Tennsun -- Paul Suarez, the acclaimed artist behind the life-size Cesar E. Chavez bronze monument at Fresno State University, is pleased to announce the limited availability of his Cesar Chavez bronze bust edition. This edition of 25 gained national recognition when the current Biden administration requested a bust from the series for display in the Oval Office of the White House, emphasizing the administration's commitment to honoring historical champions of civil rights.

The global bronze sculpture market, valued at $3.2 billion in 2020, is expected to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% from 2021 to 2028 (Grand View Research, 2021). This growth is driven by increasing demand for decorative art, the popularity of outdoor sculptures, and growing interest in art investment. Public art installations and corporate art collections are also contributing to the market's expansion.

In 1996, Fresno State University's Peace Garden unveiled the nation's first life-size bronze monument to Cesar E. Chavez. The bronze bust edition, crafted directly from Suarez's monumental work, allows individuals to "hold a piece of the monument." Attorneys, an elementary school, a public library, and other collectors have acquired several busts from the edition of 25 thus far and just a few remain.

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"It is an incredible honor to have my work representing such an iconic figure in the highest office of the land," said Paul Suarez, Artist. "This bronze bust edition not only celebrates Chavez's legacy but also provides an opportunity for collectors and admirers to own a piece of history."

With only a few busts remaining from the original edition, collectors and institutions have a rare chance to acquire these exceptional pieces of art. Pricing for the Cesar Chavez bronze busts begins at $15,000 and will increase as the edition sells out. Each bronze comes with a certificate of authenticity until the limited edition of 25 is filled.

When the Chavez bust moved to the White House in 2021, a media frenzy ensued, resulting in more than 50 news outlets reporting on the story, including The Lost Angeles Times, The Sacramento Bee, The Fresno Bee, The New York Times, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, USA Today, Politico, The Hill, NPR, The Guardian, and The Washington Post.

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Interested collectors and institutions are encouraged to inquire about availability and pricing by contacting Paul Suarez directly.

For more information, please visit or contact Paul Suarez, Artist, at 423.444.5956.

Paul Andrew Suarez's unique approach stems from his extensive experience managing an art foundry in California, ensuring his art remains personal from inception to the final touch. Currently, Paul is developing a cultural series and a new Davy Crockett monument. His works have been exhibited in prestigious venues, including The White House and alongside Smithsonian Institution exhibitions.

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