Most of his works are inspired by the great Renaissance artist, Leonardo Da Vinci, who once stated that "Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.". It is from this quote that Jun Roco was inspired to start his journey as an artist. Viewers will find a profound experience with his works and will be in awe of his mastery of expressing various interpretations.
As a nature lover, he has a great interest in landscapes and seascapes. He made several paintings depicting nature to represent meaning to the natural resources around us. His astonishing skills are evident in his portrayals of flowers like orchids. With his remarkable use of color and mastery of light and shadow, his works come to life and give a feeling of comfort to his viewers.
He is also known for his nude portrayals to show his appreciation of the divine work of our creator.
His "Mother and Child" painting exhibits the message to give honor and appreciation to mothers who never cease to love their children.
Ruco's Still Life paintings exhibit his delicate, but meticulous technique. His paintings are based on the manifestations of his subconscious mind. With his paintings, he projects the life of a distinct individual; the importance of objects even in its smallest detail, and the things people strive to achieve from their endeavors.
All these were made possible by the fortitude in facing the trials of life, and how difficult those could be, and his unwavering passion for painting to serve as fuel to always keep him moving.