Date: September 1, 2017


“She represents a lot of women in my land and I wanted it to be a bust and something classic, in a sense, because [the Point Urban Art Museum] is a museum and I want to showcase pieces like that, and show the new classic.”
―Ruben Ubiera

Anacoana or the Golden Flower, was Taíno cacica, or female chief, and poet in Xaragua, Hispaniola, in the 15th century. Hispaniola is the island that became the Dominican Republic and Haiti in 1697.