‘Abstraction is the place of encounter between dialogue and a vision. The oils that a painter employs dialogue among themselves, tracing their own routes. Some oils appear to be mere supports for the totality, while others reveal the integral work.
Héctor Villarroel makes us participants in his findings of color, an unrelenting practice of painting, at the convergence of the boundaries of abstraction, a universe understood in intimate vision of life and its valuation’.
Heriberto López, art critic, Brussels
Photos: Eduardo Cereceda