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Quiet Reverie - Mother and Child Ballet

Quiet Reverie - Mother and Child Ballet

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Oil on Canvas


60" x 48"



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Michael N. Velasco was born on June 17, 1980 in Quezon City. Velasco's father is a businessman. His mother, who worked as an assessor in Tesda, and who also had a business of her own now works as a caregive in US.

Velasco Started doing art in high school. He began joining art competitions then and was a winner in several of them. He muist have inherited his artistic genes from his mother who loves drawing and making poster collages out of old magazines. But it was an uincle who worked as a journalist in New York who actually encouraged him to take up Fine Arts.

Velasco enrolled at the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts and Majored in Studio Arts (Painting). His professors -Nestor Vinluan, Rey Conception, Araceli Dans, John Santos III, Bob Feleo, Ruben David Defeo and Roberto Chabet - were among the most notable names today in the Philippine art scene. With art instructors as illustrious as those, it is no surprise that Velasco's level of painting skill had reached such height.
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Myk Velasco

Myk Velasco

Michael ‘Myk’ N. Velasco (b. Quezon city) He is a versatile artist that can do murals, portraitures, figures and abstract took fine arts Major in Studio Arts (painting) at the University of the Philippines Diliman. A bonafide member of the University of the Philippines Centennial Artist Group and Filipino Portrait Artist Guild. it is through this weekly activity that Michael Velasco spends his time further refining his skills in depicting other techniques and forms of art.

Throughout his career, he has mounted six solo exhibitions, and participated in over twenty group shows here and abroad. He showcased a variety of representational works, most notable of which are his gold leaf series, a favorite among his collectors. His works primarily celebrate the female form in various stages of repose, and in visual dialogue with geometric patterns fashioned by drapery, juxtaposing femininity with an equally vulnerable material.

Mr. Velasco’s pieces depict women as symbols of grace, elegance and humanity. In his own words, Michael Velasco says that “gold is the color of success, achievement and triumph and is associated with abundance and prosperity, luxury and quality, prestige and sophistication, value and elegance, the psychology of this color implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.”

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