The characters and situations that Pedro Luis Cuellar recreates are not "realistic." They are authentic metaphors, with all the symbolism, emphasis, fantasy that a metaphor can imply. But those allegories are so clear and powerful that it is impossible for the viewer not to identify. And even, he could feel that his own life is "reflected" in those sculptures.
More than just beauty (which will always be a relative concept), the artist is interested in the strength of the concept and its ability to communicate. It does not mean, of course, that an aesthetic vocation is renounced, but Cuellar "stretches" shape to materialize meaning. It is always about articulating stories from detained adventures.
The artist never offers absolute conclusions. Rather he seems to interrogate, suggest, provoke. The "drama" of each piece may have different "explanations"; it is up to one's own itinerary and own perception of the world from which you appreciate the work. Cuellar questions the meaning of 'balance'. That is the starting point of all conflicts in art. Cuellar's vision is never calm, even if it seems so.