Custom Famous Figure Standing Fishing Bronze Tom McCall Statue with a Fish in Handmary mary2023-07-20T02:33:27-04:00
Custom Famous Figure Standing Fishing Bronze Tom McCall Statue with a Fish in Hand
Tom McCall was a prominent political figure in Oregon and served as the state’s governor from 1967 to 1975. This bronze Tom McCall statue commemorates the former governor’s love for the outdoors and his dedication to environmental conservation. The statue portrays Tom McCall standing, dressed in casual attire, and engaged in the activity he enjoyed – fishing. He is depicted with a fishing rod in hand, as if in the middle of a serene fishing trip.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
The bronze Tom McCall statue is intended to capture the essence of McCall’s passion for nature and his contributions to environmental protection, particularly his efforts in preserving Oregon’s natural beauty and advocating for measures to protect the state’s environment. McCall was known for his role in promoting environmental policies, including the landmark legislation that protected Oregon’s beaches and rivers from unrestricted development. The exact location of the statue may vary, so it’s best to check the most recent information for its current whereabouts within Portland. The bronze Tom McCall statue stands as a tribute to a significant figure in Oregon’s history and a reminder of the importance of environmental stewardship and conservation.