Workshop Artists

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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 have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Her works have been used on different types of merchandise such as postcards, gift boxes, bookmarks.

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Chan Chin Wang

Chin Wang graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School in 2015 and joined our Kowloon workshop in 2018.  A reticent artist, Chin Wang draws with passion.  His works which resemble graphic design have been used in different kinds of merchandise such as bookmarks, postcards.

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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 media 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. His paintings have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  His painting titled “Horse-racing” exhibited at the Garden View Hotel was acquired by a hotel guest from Britain.  Many of his works have been used for different types of merchandise such as bookmarks, postcards, gift boxes and tote bags.

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Chau Chi Man

Graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School in 2010, Chi Man joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in September 2011.  He loves going to exhibitions and is interested in current affairs.  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 have been exhibited at Hysan Place, the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  His work titled “Secret Garden” won the Excellence award in 2020 at the Art Competition for Social Inclusion Competition.  Many of Chi Man’s works have been used on merchandise such as gift boxes, postcards, bookmarks, tote bags.

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Cheung Ho Lun

Ho Lun graduated from Sam Shui Natives Association Lau Pun Cheung School and joined our Kowloon workshop in 2017.  Ho Lun is very creative with a unique artistic style.  She is very sensitive to colours and is particularly good at different kinds of colourful intricate drawings.  Her works which are greatly sought after have been used on different kinds of merchandise such as T-Shirts, postcards, bookmarks.  Her painting titled “I got a Marathon Bronze Medal” won the Finalist Award at the 2020 Art Competition for Social Inclusion Competition.

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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.  His works have been used on different types of merchandise such as postcards, gift boxes, bookmarks.  His paintings have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre and were very well received.

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Choi Pui Sze

Pui Sze graduated from the Sir Ellis Kadoorie Secondary School (Shatin) in 2001 and joined our Kowloon workshop January 2015.  Mild-mannered and soft-spoken, she loves expressing her emotions through art.  Her works reveal her inner world which is child-like, fun-loving and gentle.  Pui Sze’s paintings have been exhibited at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Her works have been used on different types of merchandise such as bookmarks, postcards.

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Ho Chun Yin

Chun Yin who graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School and joined our Fanling workshop in 2019.  His cool appearance belies his passion for art.  He loves painting especially when the subject matter piques his interest.  His works are highly rated by his teachers.

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Ho Ka Chun

Ka Chun who graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School, joined our Fanling workshop in 2019.  A mild manned gentleman, Ka Chun enjoys our workshop and never allows anything to distract him whilst he is drawing.  His works fully reflects his character, exuding serenity and a sense of calm.

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Ho Tsz Chun

Tsz Chun graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School and joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2019.  He is creative and his paintings have very special color composition.

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Ko Man Yuet

Graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School in 2015, Man Yuet joined our Kowloon workshop in September 2014.  Man Yuet has a great passion for painting and loves to express herself through art.  With her sharp color sense, Man Yuet’s paintings have unique colour combination.  She has great potential for creative art.  Man Yuet also has great talent drawing live caricature.  Her paintings have been exhibited at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Her works have been used on different types of merchandise such as scarves, T shirts, bookmarks, postcards.

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Lam Ka Po

Ka Po graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School and joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2019.  She likes expressing herself through abstract art.  Her black and white line paintings are particularly impressive.

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Lau Yik Man

Yik Man graduated from C.C.C. M.K. Church Kai Oi School in 2009 and joined our Kowloon workshop in June 2013.  He is interested in painting and derives great joy in art creation.  His paintings have been exhibited at Hysan Place and Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.

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Lee Wing Yi

Graduated from Hong Kong Red Cross John F Kennedy Centre in 2009, Wing Yi joined our Kowloon 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 is bold in exploring different media to create unique artwork. Her paintings have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Her painting titled “Chinese Opera—Intangible Cultural Heritage” won the Excellence award at the 2020 Art Competition for Social Inclusion Competition.

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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, calendars, mugs, tote bags. Her painting titled “Colorful Boulevard” won the Excellence award in 2020 at the Art Competition for Social Inclusion Competition.  Her works have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.   

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Liu Hoi Kei

Hoi Ki who graduated from The Salvation Army Shek Wu School in 2016 and joined our Kowloon workshop in 2016.  A sweet mummy’s girl, Hoi Kei seldom articulates her feelings but loves using bold colors in her paintings to express herself.  Her paintings have been exhibited at the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Her works have been used on different types of merchandise such as postcards and bookmarks.

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Liu Kam Hung

Kam Hung graduated from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School and joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in 2016.  Drawing is his favorite pastime.  His paintings have a unique style through which he expresses his emotions and ideas.  His works have been used on different kinds of merchandise such as postcards, bookmarks.

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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 excels at live caricature drawing.  He has been invited by local and multinational corporations to draw live caricature in their corporate events such as fairs, staff parties.  His paintings have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.

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Mak Ding On

Ding On graduated from Chan Nam Chong Memorial College and joined our Kowloon workshop in 2016.  He who loves using sharp colors in his paintings and expresses himself through abstract art has a unique artistic style.  Some of his works have been used on different kinds of merchandise such as postcards, bookmarks.

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Man Lok Yan

Lok Yan graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School and joined our Fanling workshop in 2019.  Although diffident at times, she has eagerness to learn new things.  Lok Yan’s drawing skills are evolving.  We look forward to using her works in different kinds of merchandise.

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Tso Ka Yee Carrie

Ka Yee who graduated from Buddhist Po Kwong School joined our Fanling workshop in 2019.  Eager to excel, Ka Yee is very attentive in class and learns very quickly.  Ka Yee has artistic potential.  

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To Kai Him

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 have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  His work titled “Use Love to Create The Earth” won the Excellence award in 2019 at the Art Competition for Social Inclusion Competition. 

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Wong Chi Wah Agnes

Agnes graduated from Mary Rose School in 2008 and joined our Kowloon workshop in September 2014.  Despite her shyness and speech impediment which deter her from articulating her feelings, she draws to express her creativity and thoughts. She uses special colors in her drawing creating a very unique style.  Her paintings have been exhibited at the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.  Agnes’ works have been used on different types of merchandise such as postcards, bookmarks.

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Yau Wai Yan

Wai Yan who graduated from Choi Jun School joined our Kowloon workshop in June 2013.  Shy and reticent, Wai Yan loves to communicate through painting and is 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 have been exhibited at Hysan Place and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre.

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Yu Jo Tong Matthew

Matthew joined our Tin Shui Wai workshop in June 2014 before his graduation from Yeung Yat Lam Memorial School in 2015.  He is very determined and multi-talented excels 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. With great potential to become a professional artist, Matthew is particularly good at drawing comic and caricature and has been invited by local and multinational corporations to draw live caricature at their corporate events.  The use of color and technique in his comics likens that of a professional cartoonist. His talent of turning real faces into lively caricature has won wide acclaim.