Juan Garcia Villar
The figure embraces the sound of the voice, through silence, in an inner struggle full of deep echoes that squeak in human piety.
Lament of the human soul: This sculpture expresses the lamentation of the human soul that arises from the suffering caused to humanity by the barbarity of war. A pain that is a whine broken with rage, a grieving cry that twists the bowels and that seeks to awaken us from the lethargy of injustices. Of those who were buried during the nighttime and silence of the cowards. The figure embraces the sound of the voice, through silence, in an inner struggle full of deep echoes that squeak in human piety.
Helios: This sculpture represents the figure of the Sun, as the principle of light and life. Symbolically it is an effigy that protects the Self from clandestine dangers of darkness. With its light and energy it propitiates that the human soul is covered with ideas, emotions and feelings. In Greek mythology, Helios was an imposing brilliant god crowned with a halo of rays, who drove every day through the sky in a chariot that transited the earth, from the nascent to finish at the end of its transit in the sunset.