Robert Dubourg, USA
(Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 1944 – Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, USA, 2020)
He graduated in landscape architecture from the University of Maryland and studied design at Harvard University. After his studies, he dedicated himself to artistic creation. Although he created in various media, he was primarily a sculptor, and his sculptures were mostly made of stone.
He was the moderator and one of the initiators of the International Sculpture Symposium in Baltimore (1975 and 1976). As an author, he has participated in many sculptural symposiums in the United States and abroad. He is the author of many sculptures in public places in Maryland, West Virginia, but also in other parts of the USA and in Europe (Austria, Croatia).
He spent the last years of his life in the small town of Harpers Ferry in West Virginia, where he has been running the DuBourg Studio since 2006.
He dies in 2020.
He participated in the Mediterranean Sculpture Symposium in 1973.
Location: Pazin, Bus station