Through the range of themes he tackles, Boscor Constantin imprints onto each one of his pieces a powerful sense of spirituality. Intense or tender scenes, with visible religious undertones are transposed into a static type of sculpture whose attributes like rigour and precision of form suggest a sense of equilibrium and take the viewer by surprise.
Andra Miruna Stancu (Mirela Dăuceanu)
1998 - Visual Arts Academy „Ion Andreescu”, Sculpture specialization, Cluj-Napoca;
since 2000 - Visual Arts teacher at different schools in Cluj, including the Fine Arts Highschool;
2005 - 2006 - Visual Arts teacher specialized in sculpture;
2005 - 2008 - U.S.A. resident.
since 1992 - works of art exhibited in Cluj-Napoca, Arad, Alba-Iulia, Bucharest.
- Rome and Ravena, Italy;
- Herenveen, Holland;
- Erkrath, Germany;
- Frankfurt, MI, Hilton Head Island, South Califonia, U.S.A.
Work in private collections:
He has pieces in several galleries and private art collections in Romania, Germany, Holland and U.S.A.