Where can I find an inexpensive garden Buddha statue?

David M says:

I'm looking for a garden (outdoor) Buddha statue. Material can be stone, concrete, or any variety of composite that will withstand the outdoors. Most vendors I have found cater to the trendy set. This is for a Theravada Buddhist non profit and we...

Papa McCain says: How inexpensive is inexpensive. I've searched many sites and almost all 36" Buddhas are in the low $200's. If you live anywhere close to the Mexican border, you can pick up plaster Buddhas for a...

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