Childhood dreams and nightmares in the paintings of the artist Guillermo LorcaPictolic
Chilean artist Guillermo Lorca (Guillermo Lorca Garcia Huidobro Andres) is our contemporary. But the fact that this young artist belongs to the generation of the 90s a little hard to believe, because of the picture Lorca monumental and reminiscent of Renaissance paintings of the Dutch and subtle paintings of Francisco Goya. They are very unusual and attractive, because they each can learn their children's feelings and fears.
Born Guillermo Lorca in 1984 in Chile, in the most ordinary family. In childhood the boy loved to draw, but no more than other children. The artist's talent in Guillermo opened in high school and after high school he enrolled at Catholic University, where he studied painting and sculpture.
A bachelor's degree in art, Lorca continued his studies in the Studio of a famous Norwegian artist odd Nerdom. Young master paints large-scale paintings in the traditional style, preferring oil paints. Guillermo Lorca is well known as at home and in the USA, Brazil, France, Italy and the UK.
Every year Chilean painter spends several solo exhibitions, which have been a great success among lovers of classical painting and surrealism. Paintings of Lorca is in the collections of prominent collectors and their price has long been measured by five-digit numbers.
Guillermo Lorca is a very versatile artist, among the works of which are portraits, landscapes and even still lifes. But most of all the master likes to draw children, women and animals, combining them in a fantastic and often frightening scenes. Sometimes viewers will learn the stories of Lorca's fears and it causes many mystical feelings.