I have always thought that my work is the symbolic place where I can express the deepest part of my internal world, a kind of life diary of the unconscious.  - Guillermo Lorca

Classified by some critics as realistic and even hyper-realistic, Guillermo Lorca maintains that he is not interested in what he does looking like a photo, because he finds it absurd, If a camera can do it better. His work is influenced by baroque and renaissance painting and deals with themes such as violence, sensuality, innocence and childhood. In each of his paintings, we are faced with suggestive, complex and disturbing images, composed of controlled spaces in which the characters and objects lie in perfect balance. However, in this context of formal control, it is difficult to determine what happens at the narrative level - Lorca appeals to mystery.