Man of stone observes a flower grow in his head

Man of stone observes a flower grow in his head


Acrylic on canvas

61 x 50.8 cm| 24 x 20 in.

USD 3,000

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Guillermo Tovar Carazo’s man of stone painting, a captivating fusion of contemporary realism and esoteric enchantment that transports viewers to fantastical worlds where reality and the supernatural intertwine. Inspired by the lush landscapes of Costa Rica, Tovar Carazo’s artistry captures the essence of the country’s natural beauty—its verdant forests, tranquil rivers, and vibrant flora—infusing them with an enigmatic and mystical quality.

With over twenty-five years of exploration into esoteric realms, Tovar Carazo uses painting as a conduit to transcend the mundane, seamlessly weaving spiritual and hermetic elements into his compositions. Drawing from childhood memories of 1980s fantasy movies like “Gremlins” and “Ghostbusters,” he imbues his paintings with a sense of wonder and mystery, where dragons, crystals, and otherworldly creatures come to life in vivid detail.

This juxtaposition of whimsy and unease creates an atmosphere of tension, inviting viewers to contemplate the delicate balance between daydreams, nightmares, and the realms of make-believe. Each painting is a visual odyssey, brimming with hidden details that beckon exploration—from watchful eyeballs nestled among foliage to rocks morphing into limbs.

With this man of stone painting,” Guillermo Tovar Carazo invites viewers on a journey into the depths of imagination, where the boundaries of reality dissolve, and the wonders of the unknown await discovery.

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Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 100 × 15 × 15 cm

Black, Brown, Green, Yellow




USD 2,000 – 5,000