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*1973

Europe

Velasco

Carmina

8776

Artist ID:

Exhibitions & Shows


2024 | ArtMUC, München

2024 | ART INC, Hamburg

2024 | Galerie El ARTElier, Erlangen

2024 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2023 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2022 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2021 | Global Art Festival, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

2020 | Weißes Schloss, Heroldsberg

2019 | "Regenwald", Haus der Visionen, Nürnberg

2017 - 2018 | Studienreisen nach Florida

2013 | Freies Museum, Berlin

2010 | "Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Lateinamerika", Ehrensaal des Rathauses, Nürnberg

2007-2018 | Ateliergemeinschaft Hohfederstraße, Jahresausstellung

2007 | "Eva's Rib", Galerie En, München

2006 | Wanderausstellung "South Wind", Galerie Kloster, Stockholm

2005 | Wanderausstellung "Südwind", Schloss Vianden, Luxemburg

2004 | "Colorarte", Bolivianische Botschaft, Berlin

2004 | "Wandlungen", N-Ergy Center, Nürnberg

2003 | "Töchter des Vulkans", Ehrensaal des Rathauses, Nürnberg

2003 | "Hin und her", Stadtbibliothek Mannheim

2002 | "Reaktionsbild", Hermann-Hesse-Haus, Calw

2002 | "Farben-Fabeln", Galerie Lang, Hanau

2001 | Erlebnisfeld "Diese Wolken", Essen

2000 | "Arts and Music Festival", Wingfield, England

2000 | "Labyrinthe", Haus Venusberg, Bonn

1999 | "Auslandsaufenthalt", Galerie Kohlenhof, Nürnberg

1999 | "Blue Conjunctions", University of Kent, Canterbury, England

1998 | "Fort", Talier Gallery, Barcelona, Spain

1997 | Begegnungen, Museum Czartoryski, Krakau, Poland

1997 | "Nürnberg-Krakau", Norishalle, Nürnberg

Brief Biography | Artistic Journey


Carmina Velasco, born in La Paz, Bolivia, currently lives and works in Nuremberg, Germany. She completed her artistic education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg under Professor R.G. Dienst, graduating as a master student. As a scholarship recipient, she also studied abroad at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland. Her paintings are classified under Magical Realism, drawing from the mythologies and folklore of Bolivia as well as European art history and symbolism. Her profound, almost spiritual portrayals of protectors, radiant beings, and themes of faith and superstition are exhibited and collected internationally. Velasco continually seeks new ways to express visions and create a universally understandable visual language. Her paintings establish a meta-level between fantasy and reality, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in a fabulous dream world. Velasco's works are featured in international exhibitions and private collections. “Her artistic work does not follow trends but develops its own mode of expression that combines symbolic narratives and iconic imagery,” as noted in a recent television feature by ARD/BR. Her works have been showcased in major art fairs and galleries across Europe and South America.

Brief Biography | Artistic Journey


Carmina Velasco, born in La Paz, Bolivia, currently lives and works in Nuremberg, Germany. She completed her artistic education at the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg under Professor R.G. Dienst, graduating as a master student. As a scholarship recipient, she also studied abroad at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland. Her paintings are classified under Magical Realism, drawing from the mythologies and folklore of Bolivia as well as European art history and symbolism. Her profound, almost spiritual portrayals of protectors, radiant beings, and themes of faith and superstition are exhibited and collected internationally. Velasco continually seeks new ways to express visions and create a universally understandable visual language. Her paintings establish a meta-level between fantasy and reality, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in a fabulous dream world. Velasco's works are featured in international exhibitions and private collections. “Her artistic work does not follow trends but develops its own mode of expression that combines symbolic narratives and iconic imagery,” as noted in a recent television feature by ARD/BR. Her works have been showcased in major art fairs and galleries across Europe and South America.

Women in Art

Projection of Dreams

2132

Art ID

2019

|

100 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

13500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Abstract Dreams

2133

Art ID

2020

|

190 x 119 cm

Oil on canvas

19500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

The Collector

2134

Art ID

2021

|

70 x 50 cm

Oil on canvas

6500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Guidance Angel

2135

Art ID

2024

|

115 x 86 cm

Oil on canvas

13500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Inside Out

2136

Art ID

2022

|

120 x 120 cm

Oil on canvas

1600

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Lotus

2137

Art ID

2020

|

50 x 70 cm

Oil on canvas

6500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Make a Wish

2138

Art ID

2022

|

109,5 x 73,5 cm

Oil on canvas

13500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Methamorphosis

2139

Art ID

2021

|

130 x 120 cm

Oil on canvas

18900

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

Mind and Heart

2140

Art ID

2023

|

100 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

13500

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

The Guardians

2141

Art ID

2023

|

208 x 62 cm

Oil on canvas

19000

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

The Oracle

2142

Art ID

2019

|

130 x 170 cm

Oil on canvas

23000

$

Carmina

Velasco

Women in Art

The Passion

2143

Art ID

2022

|

200 x 100 cm

Oil on canvas

31000

$

Carmina

Velasco

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Artist Statement by Carmina Velasco


My artworks explore the complex relationships between humans and nature, faith and superstition, as well as the real and the surreal. I often adopt the perspective of a storyteller who values the profound, the absurd, and the fantastical. My paintings create narrative spaces brought to life through surreal elements and vivid colors in a theatrical setting.


The inspiration for my work comes from ancient mythologies, personal experiences, and universal themes. By using symbolic imagery and mystical narratives, I aim to convey deep messages in a poetic manner. My artworks invite the viewer to enter a world of contemplation.


They serve as reminders, consistently bringing the viewer back to positive life messages. The powerful symbolism of my images is intended to create an atmosphere of tranquility, happiness, and insight.


My ultimate goal is to create artworks that convey universal and timeless messages, engaging the viewer both emotionally and intellectually.


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Exhibitions & Shows


2024 | ArtMUC, München

2024 | ART INC, Hamburg

2024 | Galerie El ARTElier, Erlangen

2024 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2023 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2022 | SupermART, Nürnberg

2021 | Global Art Festival, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg

2020 | Weißes Schloss, Heroldsberg

2019 | "Regenwald", Haus der Visionen, Nürnberg

2017 - 2018 | Studienreisen nach Florida

2013 | Freies Museum, Berlin

2010 | "Zeitgenössische Kunst aus Lateinamerika", Ehrensaal des Rathauses, Nürnberg

2007-2018 | Ateliergemeinschaft Hohfederstraße, Jahresausstellung

2007 | "Eva's Rib", Galerie En, München

2006 | Wanderausstellung "South Wind", Galerie Kloster, Stockholm

2005 | Wanderausstellung "Südwind", Schloss Vianden, Luxemburg

2004 | "Colorarte", Bolivianische Botschaft, Berlin

2004 | "Wandlungen", N-Ergy Center, Nürnberg

2003 | "Töchter des Vulkans", Ehrensaal des Rathauses, Nürnberg

2003 | "Hin und her", Stadtbibliothek Mannheim

2002 | "Reaktionsbild", Hermann-Hesse-Haus, Calw

2002 | "Farben-Fabeln", Galerie Lang, Hanau

2001 | Erlebnisfeld "Diese Wolken", Essen

2000 | "Arts and Music Festival", Wingfield, England

2000 | "Labyrinthe", Haus Venusberg, Bonn

1999 | "Auslandsaufenthalt", Galerie Kohlenhof, Nürnberg

1999 | "Blue Conjunctions", University of Kent, Canterbury, England

1998 | "Fort", Talier Gallery, Barcelona, Spain

1997 | Begegnungen, Museum Czartoryski, Krakau, Poland

1997 | "Nürnberg-Krakau", Norishalle, Nürnberg

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