"Eduardo Vilchez is a creator of moments. There is a sculptural plenitude in the shapes, a well-balanced translucence in the color and concept. A composition tinted by what in music is called ornamental counterpoint. There is a hint of delicate symbolism in his paintings, in which nature is almost always enlivened by the presence of a bird that invades the canvas in search of the succulence of the fruits, the mysterious majesty of a temple in ruins, the sinuous brilliance of a nude or relaxed naturalism in his portraits.
Vilchez’s realism is without doubt an ideal realism, imagined. In him, the freedom of being self-taught is always moderated by an innate good taste in the realization and by a tangible hope in the intention. His path never proves false."
-Juana Rosa Pita, Cuban Poet and Art Critic