Pablo Eduardo’s work embraces western tradition with his Spanish-American heritage, and marries decades of training as a sculptor with an intimate understanding of his craft. With surprising humility, Eduardo seamlessly transforms his chosen subject into the allegorical. His sculptures capture a snapshot of artistic metamorphosis while celebrating rhythm, emotion, texture, and tension.
Eduardo’s inspiration to sculpt began more than 30 years ago in Bolivia. His family’s multi-generational artistic lineage formed the foundation for Eduardo to become a prodigious sculptor. Today, as a prominent sculptor, he commemorates his artistic inheritance: his work gives meaning to a sense of permanence, that place we all yearn for, a feeling of “home.”
Eduardo has a diverse educational background. He attended The School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and graduated from Tufts University, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1994. From 1990–92, he completed Anatomical Studies at Tufts University Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, where Eduardo learned about the body’s potential for artistic manifestation and honed his understanding about the human form.
Today, he effortlessly unifies the disciplines of art and medicine with an intimate sense of natural dynamism in each sculpture. Eduardo elegantly deconstructs his subjects, resurrecting them in bronze.
Eduardo has been prominently exhibited in several museums and corporate displays. In 2007, he was selected to sculpt civil rights leader César Chávez, which was the first statue of a Hispanic person to be installed on The University of Texas at Austin campus.Eduardo lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts, and works out of his private studio where he shares his talent and knowledge with many local artists and apprentices.
Above information is current as of November 2014.