Lousiana (EE.UU.), 1947
Rafael Barrios studied Fine Arts in Canada, the United States and Venezuela. His artistic career dates from an early age. He won several national and international awards such as "The Sculpture Prize," Ernesto Avellán Hall; The McLean Foundation Scholarship, the highest award offered by the Ontario College of Art, Canada. Rafael Barrios has worked as Art Director for UNESCO.
Creative Consultant for cinematographic creations "Latin Touch". Barrios's work is found in numerous spaces such as the Murales in the Polar Foundation, Caracas, Venezuela; Art et Industrie New York, U.S.A; and on Park Avenue, New York, U.S.A. His work is in permanent collections such as the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Carmen Lammana Foundation in Toronto, Canada.