Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Chow Suk Fan, Josephine 周淑芬
Name in pinyin: Zhou Shufen
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Place of birth: Hong Kong
Dates: 1965-
Art Medium: painting
Chow specializes in oil and acrylic painting. Her painting style is partly abstract and partly figurative. Her canvases are usually filled with objects reminiscent of fruits, plants, human body, or geometric shapes. Since 1985, Chow has been dedicating herself to children's art education in Hong Kong. In 1989, she co-founded the Cultural Corner Art Academy with the renowned Hong Kong artist Gaylord Chan in order to teach children art. She also conducted children art workshops for the Hong Kong Museum of Art and Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre. She is one of the founding members of the Artmatch Group. Chow's works have been exhibited locally and overseas.
Heart Mirror 心臺 (1995) Acrylic on canvas 91x122cmOn the Blue Clouds 在藍色的雲上 (1995) Acrylic on canvas 122x122cmEnergy Well 能量井 (1997) Acrylic on canvas 122x122cmSketch 速寫 (1998) Acrylic on canvas 122x183cm
E1 (Energy 1) 能量1 (1998) Acrylic on canvas 122x122cmE2 (Energy 2) 能量2 (1998) Acrylic on canvas 122x122cmE5 (Energy 5) 能量5 (1998) Acrylic on canvas 122x122cm
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Chow Suk Fan, Josephine 周淑芬 1999 Artist's Statement [in English]

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