3 December, 2022

International doors open for Salvadoran empirical artist

“Being in Rome, everything that has happened as an artist came to me, unsupported, but believing that dreams truly come true, yes one tries, William said.

By Deysi Dominguez

Culture – “The art of painting has always been in my blood”, when i was just a kid, William War, sold food to vacationers on the coast of Majahual, but when you finish your work, instead of playing, he used to paint at home.

growing up, He became president administrator of a sea turtle nursery in El Majahual Beach., Liberty Harbor, The Savior, there he got his first vehicle.

when william, took to the workshop to repair his car, he saw how they dumped the burnt oil produced by the vehicles, and thought, in how that material could be combined and extracted, occupying it, and translate it into works of art, through painting, and in this way help the environment.

Artwork by Guillermo Guerra

Slowly, the closed doors in the artistic field have been opening to Guillermo, to the degree of participating in a World Peace Event that took place last 14 Y 17 September in Rome, Italy.

This event was the "VII International Meeting of Artists SUCREA 2022", where the salvadoran artist, presented 40 paintings made by second-year students, third and fourth grade of the Canton School Center, the Majahual, Liberty Harbor, that he himself taught for free.

“Being in Rome, everything that has happened as an artist came to me, unsupported, but believing that dreams truly come true, yes one tries, William said.

The artist first thanks God for that door he opened, then to his sponsor #majawaii tourist promoter who covered all the expenses so that he could have the experience in Rome.