The Work of Pablo Guzman is a Tribute To Art and To Looking At It.

ef88fe069913457a28566effc74ef812above: “Políptico incompleto” Acrílico sobre lienzo, 170 x 170 cm. 2012

When it comes to perusing the work in galleries and museums we are observing, appreciating and sometimes critiquing, the most personal expressions of an artist. In the work of Pablo Guzman, who hails from Medellin, Colombia, we are one step removed –  a voyeur of the voyeur. His work serves not only as a tribute to the art of painting but also to the experience of viewing and contemplating art itself.

Here’s a look at several of his wonderful paintings.

Cuadro verde azul a contraluz. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 140 x 140 cm. 2011:
Tres personajes interesados en un cuadro amarillo cubierto con plástico. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 170 x 170 cm. 2011:
“Cuadro azul con borde rojo” Acrílico sobre lienzo, 170 x 130 cm. 2012:
Cuadro naranja inclinado. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 170 x 170 cm. 2011:
Cuadro verde irregular con plástico. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 118 x 120 cm. 2012:
Cuadro torcido. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 100 x 100 cm. 2011
Personaje, cuadro y boceto. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 100 x 70 cm. 2011:
“Cuadro azul colgado muy bajo” Acrílico sobre lienzo, 120 x 120 cm. 2012:
Personaje, cuadro y punto de fuga. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 100 x 70 cm. 2011:
Personaje, cuadro y plástico. Acrílico sobre lienzo. 100 x 70 cm. 2011:

As the paintings appear in a gallery setting::

See more of the wonderful work of Pablo Guzman here

Guzman is but one artist who paints people looking at paintings. I have an entire Pinterest board of works on the same subject called The Art of Appreciating Art.

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