KEENABLE CREATION


 
Workshop Artists
Chau Chi Man
Graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School 2010, Chi Man joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2011. He loves to visit various exhibitions and is interested in current affairs. He often expresses his views on current affairs in his serial art works. He has participated in numerous painting competitions and photography exhibitions. One of his photos depicting the joy and anticipation for the Beijing Olympic received a Merit Award in a competition organized by Tuen Mun Vocational Training Center. His paintings “Central”, Panoramic View”, Tomato and Eggplant” and “Tsing Ma Bridge” were exhibited at Hysan Place. One of his paintings titled “Family” is currently exhibited at the Garden View Hotel at MacDonnell Road. Many of his works have been selected by our clients on their products, such as gift boxes, calendars, stationery, place mats.

To Kai Hin
Graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2009, Kai Him is a shy young man. He loves art and design and in particular, multi-media design. He has good techniques, unique color sense and is good at communicating his ideas and views through his works. Ever since he joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2010, he has become more positive. His artworks have been selected by our clients for their products such as tote bags, calendars and gift cards. Ka Him is his mother’s darling. When Kai Him first received sale proceeds of his artwork, he treated his mother to a hearty Japanese meal. His works “Smoky Dragon”, “Color Village” and “Future Forest” were exhibited at our Flying Colors Exhibition at Hysan Place. His paintings “To’s Village” and “Bird” are currently displayed at the Garden View Hotel at Macdonnell Road.

Chan Chong Hung Thomas
Graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2007, Thomas joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2010. Thomas loves reading and drawing. He is articulate and has a strong memory and sense of humor which makes him a good story teller. He has great passion for creative art and design. The medium of his works include acrylic, water color and electronic media such as photo impact. He is also interested in Chinese painting and calligraphy and has a good understanding of Chinese history and Chinese art history. Two of his paintings titled “Wanchai Water Front” and “Typography” were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition at Hysan Place. His painting titled “Horse-racing” was exhibited at the Garden View Hotel which was subsequently acquired by a hotel guest from Britain.

Kong Hin Fung
Hing Fung graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2005. When he joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2010, he was reticent, stubborn and painted limited themes such as buses, national flags. He is now more relaxed, communucative and open to new ideas and art experiences. He now draws different themes with great ease and loves to use bold colors in his paintings. Five of his paintings, “Temple”, “Wedding Party”, “Yeah”, “Sunflower” and “Central” were exhibited at our Flying Colors Exhibition at Hysan Place.

Leung Ka Yan
Ka Yan graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2009. Whilst she was shy and did not speak her mind often when she joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2010, she is now more open and cheerful. She has a great passion for painting and claims her space in the world through her paintings which are highly detailed and ingenuous. No matter what the subject matter of the art work may be, her personality will always come through. She has potential to be a great artist. Many of her artworks have been selected by our clients for their products, such as gift boxes, gift cards, stationery and calendars. Her works “ Strange Garden”; Firework Display” and “Lotus Flower” were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition at Hysan Place. Her paintings “Love” and “Day and Night” are currently exhibited at the Garden View Hotel.

Cheung Pong Tang
Graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School in 2010, Pong Tang joined our workshop in September 2010. A mild mannered gentleman, he has a broad range of interests ranging from Chinese calligraphy to computer graphic design. He is creative and adopts a unique futuristic mode of expression in his paintings. Many of his artworks have been selected by our clients on their products such as stationery, gift cards. Seven of his paintings such as “Blue House”, “Victoria Harbour”, “Yau Ma Tei Fruit Market” were exhibited at the Flying Colors Exhibition and were very well received. Two of his paintings are currently exhibited at the Garden View Hotel, Macdonnell Road.

Ng Shing Chi
Graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2001, Shing Chi joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2012. He is mature, observant and has independent thinking. He has great passion for art and normally uses media such as acrylic and water color. His observations and insight of the world around him are vividly captured in the minute details of his paintings. Whenever you come across Shing Chi’s works, do ask him to explain to you the meaning behind them. You will be amazed how insightful he is. Five of his paintings such as “Imagine (1)”, “Imagine (2)”, “Sea, Land and Air in the Forest Sea” were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition. His works, “Beetle” and “Children’s World” are currently exhibited at the Garden View Hotel.

Chan Chi Lok
Graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2011, Chi Lok joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2012. An introvert, Chi Lok is very much absorbed in her own world which is reflected in her works. She has great passion for art creation and normally uses media such as acrylic and water color. She uses very bold colors in her paintings and her works are full of creativity and imagination. Her paintings “Bun Mountain” and “Flower Boat”, “Busy Bees” were exhibited at our Flying Colors Exhibition. One of her works “Bird’s World-1” is currently adorning a lift landing of the Garden View Hotel.

Liu Wai Shing
Wai Shing graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2013 and joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2013. He is interested in drawing and is particularly good at drawing cartoon like creatures. His painting "Avenue of YYL” was exhibited at our “Flying Colors” exhibition.

Poon Tsz Chai
Graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2013 and joined our Tin Shui Wai in June 2013, Tsz Chai is very cheerful and is talented in both music and art. She plays the piano very well and can play in public with great ease. Her artwork which is often comicky is very colorful and reflects her creativity, childlike heart and unblemished outlook on life. Her paintings have also won many accolades. She won the first prize in the Hong Kong “My Mona Lisa” Drawing Competition jointly organized by Sino Land and Centre for Community Cultural Development in 2008. In the same year, she represented Hong Kong in the international “My Mona Lisa” Drawing Competition when she came second. In her entry painting, she transformed Mona Lisa into a plumb female figure with a comic face and a plastered finger with Bank of China building and Lantau Buddha in the background. Tsz Chai is ahead of her times and has fathomless potential! Her works have been selected by our clients on their products such as place mats, stationery, gift cards and post cards.

Yu Jo Tong Matthew
Jo Tong joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in June 2014 before his graduation from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2015. Jo Tong has very strong will and is multi-talented. He is particularly good at painting, artwork design, ice-skating and percussion music. He represented Hong Kong in the 2013 Paralympics ice-skating competition and was awarded two gold medals and one silver medal. He is also very good at drawing cartoons and caricature. The use of color and technique in his cartoons likens that of a professional cartoonist. He has great potential to become a professional artist.

Lee Wing Yi
Graduated from Hong Kong Red Cross John F Kennedy Centre in 2009, Wing Yi joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013. Though shy, she is very loving and caring to those whom she knows. She has a great sense of color and likes to explore different medium to create unique artwork. Her paintings “City” and “Trees in Autumn” were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition at Hysan Place.

Chan Hin Chi
Hin Chi graduated from C.C.C. M.K. Church Kai Oi School in 2012 and joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013. He is a very talented artist with very solid drawing techniques. His drawings are very refined. Hin Chi who is particularly good at drawing intricate patterns and design has a very unique art style. His works have been selected by our clients to be used on merchandise such as lai see packets and post cards. Two of his paintings, “Skyline” and “Secret Garden” were exhibited at our “Flying Colors” exhibition.

Au Ngai Lai
Graduated from C.C.C. M.K. Church Kai Oi School in 2008 and joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013, Ngai Lai is creative and talented in art. She is very eager to learn and has a great passion for artwork creation. She has a good sense of colour and when she paints, she is completely absorbed in her own world, giving it her full attention until each intricate stroke and pattern fills the whole paper. Her paintings “Flowers” and “City Scenes” were exhibited at our “Flying Colors” exhibition held at Hysan Place.

Tam Chai Sum
Graduated from C.C.C. M.K. Church Kai Oi Shool in June 2008 and joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013, Chai Sum has an avid interest in current affairs and Japanese culture. Much as he is easily distracted, Chai Sum is creative, has a good sense of colour and can draw intricately when he focuses his attention. He takes pride in his artwork and was very excited when his paintings “Flow”, “Leaves” and “ Sea of Peoples” were exhibited at the Flying Colors exhibition at Hysan Place. Not only is he talented in art, he is also able to pick up foreign languages easily so much so that he can even speak some basic Japanese.

Cheng Oi Ki
Graduated from Mrs Tung Wah Kwong Xi Kun High School in 2007, Oi Ki joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013. She has a lively and creative imagination. Greatly talented in art and likes to use bold colours in her drawings, Oi Ki is steady and pleasant. Given adequate training, she will one day excel in her artwork creation. Two of her paintings, Good Luck Tree and Monster City were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition in Hysan Place.

Lau Yik Man
Yik Man graduated from C.C.C. M.K. Church Kai Oi School in 2009 and joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013. He is interested in painting and derives great joy in art creation. His paintings, “Match Man” and 随想 were exhibited at our “Flying Colors” exhibition at Hysan Place.

Yau Wai Yan
Wai Yan who graduated from Choi Jun School joined our Mongkok workshop in June 2013. Whilst shy and reticent, Wai Yan loves to communicate through painting. Totally absorbed in her own world when she draws, Wai Yan has a good sense of color and is capable of drawing intricately. Her works titled “Road” and “Flowers” were exhibited at our Flying Colors exhibition.

Wong Chi Wah Agnes
Agnes graduated from Mary Rose School in 2008 and joined our Mongkok workshop in September 2014. Despite her shyness and speech impediment which deter her from using words to express her thought, she loves drawing to express her creativity and thoughts. She uses special colors in her drawing creating a very unique style.

Ko Man Yuet
Graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School in 2015, Man Yuet joined our Mongkok workshop in September 2014. Man Yuet has a great passion for painting and loves to express herself through artwork. With her sharp color sense, Man Yuet’s paintings have unique colour combination. She has great potential for creative art.

Choi Pui Sze
Pui Sze graduated from the Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (Shatin) in 2001 and joined our Mongkok workshop January 2015. Mild-mannered and soft-spoken, she loves using her art creation to express her emotions and feelings. Her works reveal her inner world, child-like, fun-loving and gentle.

   
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