Miguel was born in Tudela de Duero, Spain in 1953. He still resides there and has had a high profile for many years.
Since 1991 he has organised and attended many major international sculpture symposiums all over the world including France, Italy, Denmark, Korea, Germany, Japan, Syria, China, Turkey, Spain and Australia.
In 1999 he won an award at the International Biennale of Sculpture at Montbrison, France and was also a finalist in the Francoise Bourdelle Award for Sculpture in Paris, France.
He is noted for large abstract geometric forms and responds readily to the surrounds and brief in which his sculpture is to be placed.
"Windows allow us to look out at the many, many things which affect our lives”
COMMISSIONED 2012 BY Stirling Business Association.
STONE DONATED BY Melocco Stone.
STONE Black Granite from Black Hill, Walker Flat, South Australia.
SITE GPS 35.0060°S, 138.7179°E
Coventry Library, 63 Mt Barker Rd, Stirling