KEUNG Wai-kai

“I’ve loved to draw since I was small. Drawing helps me build my self-confidence and fulfill my inner needs. More, it’s a great way to spend my time. I’ve determined to keep drawing, observing and communicating with other people, so that I may bring my art to a further level.”

KEUNG Wai-kai loved to draw since childhood and learnt drawing and calligraphy on his own. In high school, he studied drawing at a private art studio. Having muscular dystrophy and presently at Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex, he often volunteers as the illustrator for the publications of the center and the designer for various souvenirs. Besides, he participates actively in many different art activities at the Rehabilitation Complex. KEUNG is particularly keen on figure and landscape drawings.

Later, he initiated the inception of a more formal gathering of artists, in order to facilitate their communication and collaboration. His efforts eventually brought about the establishment of Inclusive Art Hub. It is KEUNG’s aspiration to serve the community through his artistic capacity.

2016

Artwork selected in Big-I Art Project 2016

2015

Asia Contemporary Art Show 2015

2015

Artwork selected in SPARK Festival

2014

Trans Pacific Ties Bridging Hong Kong and Los Angeles Through Art

2012

Beijing Art Tour

2012

solo watercolor painting exhibition – “I think, therefore I paint” at Lingnan University

2011-2012

Artworks were sold in Charity Auction for “I’mperfect” Art Development Programme for Artists with Disabilities

2011

Participated in the calligraphy exhibition “Hands of Purpose: My Choice”, at i-dArt

2010

Participated in the art exhibition featuring face masks “Happy Face Masks Making” and “Painting Exhibition of People with Disabilities” organized by TWGHs JCRC at Artist Commune

2008

Joined the Inclusive Art Hub of Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Jockey Club Rehabilitation Complex
His art piece was admitted to the drawing competition Rising Stars 2008 “My Mona Lisa”

1975

Awarded second runner-up in the Urban Council’s Water Safety Poster Competition Student Category

KEUNG Wai-kai's works

Easterlies

Calligraphy,49cmX49cm

Flowers and Leaves

Ink on paper,34cmX70cm

Plant

Ink on paper,25cmX25cm

Safflowers

Ink on paper,35cmX34cm

Red Rooster

Ink on paper,32cmX25cm

Red Crabs

Ink on paper,25cmX25cm

Blast (''Poet bestowed to Xiao Yu'',by LI Shi-min(the Second Emperor of Tang Dynasty))

Calligraphy,51cmX51cm

A Sea of Clouds

Ink on paper,34cmX70cm

Hydrangea

Ink on paper,38cmX28cm
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