Before anything, Cristobal Gabarron is certainly a humanist. Perhaps it was his childhood marked by his birth in Mula (Murcia), his move to Valladolid where he acquired his first transformation, his trips to France and Italy or his actual works completed in Spain and the United States, have generated in him an open state of mind, rich in dialogue that is implanted in all of his works.
Public sculptures occupy a great part of his creative labor marked with monumental character, amongst them the doors of Valladolid, the Chapel of the Millennium in Medina del Campo, and the recently inaugurated sculpture in Frouida in the city of Murcia. Combined with this labor is the realization series of fiberglass sculptures such as the “Hommenage to Quijote” and more recently, “The Silences of Columbus” which has collected great success amongst the public with its presence in outstanding cities such as Valencia, Santiago de Compostela, Madrid and New York.
[Via gabarron.net website]