Sculptures by Efraïm Rodríguez Cobos

Posted By on June 19, 2011

These sculptures are done by Efraïm Rodríguez Cobos from Granollers, Barcelona, Spain.

Sculpture by Efraïm Rodríguez

Sculpture by Efraïm Rodríguez

Efraïm Rodríguez Cobos

 

Efraïm Rodríguez was born in Valencia in 1971, since 1977 he lives in Granollers (Barcelona).

He holds a Fine Arts degree from the University of Barcelona, where he has taught sculpture since 2005.

Since 1998 Efraïm Rodríguez has participated in various group exhibitions in galleries in Barcelona, Murcia and Madrid.

In 2003 he presents a selection of his most representative works in a solo exhibition at 3 Punts Galeria, Barcelona, which presents a catalog of all his artistic production to date.

His works evoke dreams or nightmares showing unconnected fragments of a subconscious mind with an impressive artistic vision.
His work is beautiful and disturbing in equal measure.

More sculptures by Efraïm Rodríguez Cobos can be seen on his website:   efraimrodriguez.net

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5 Responses to “Sculptures by Efraïm Rodríguez Cobos”

  1. Dirty Butter says:

    Fascinating scupltures!

    I follow you on ExposeYourBlog.

  2. These are wonderful! They look so realistic, but at the same time the wood shows through. It isn’t trying to be a perfectly lifelike sculpture, but instead takes advantage of the qualities of the wood. I am especially fond of the boys with the building blocks.

  3. Tomas says:

    It seems your woodworks breathe- look like alive. These artworks embody the dreams – warm the hearts of the viewers and thus transform the strangers into the buddies by spreading the love. I enjoy your sculptures greatly. They are fabulous indeed. Art by Tomas sits in an awe and applauds the hot. Thank you

  4. I love those! I especially like the colors beneath the plain wood blocks that put together the children in “Building” and “Small Architect”. It really ties the piece togehter.

  5. Alby Hall says:

    The boy has become building blocks. I enjoy that the blocks fit loosely and not perfectly .
    The combination of perfection and looseness, gives this work a great attraction for me.
    Great Sculpture Efraim.

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