“Paintings are very beautiful, Happy to paint. The colors of the fishes are so lovely and joyful to look at, love to paint.”
Mo-yim is cheerful and optimistic. Suffered from critical illness for several times, but she has been facing it with sincere smiles. Fish has been CHIU Mo-yim’s favourite subject matter ever since her first piece of artwork. She finds that fishes enjoy enormous freedom and happiness as they glide in the world of water. Her fishes put on a smiley face and express a wonderful sence of ease and delight. Mo-yim’s optimistic view of life and positive values are also reflected in her vivacious fishes and her use of a light and lucid tonality, as well as a colorful palette. She has been changed from a passive painter to an active one as shown by the general appearance of her paintings at the beginning and now. Lately, she has learned to design the appearance of her paintings, to try different skills as well as subjects and she broadens her creative horizon, by trying to express herself through ink painting. More, she is also learn ceramics, a way to allow her creations moving from two to three-dimensional art.
But there was no more spotlight as in the part, as illness came faster than the fruits of her creation. There is no room in her mind for flowers, birds, insects and fish. Mo-yim likes to paint the subjects for her family and religion. Mo-yim cherishes much more her loved ones and the life journey she has travelled. The subjects of her painting of her art making are repeatedly herself, her son and the family gatherings with the family of her elder sister who come back from overseas for reunion…
Documentary of Mr. WONG Siu Bong《Snuggle》—one of the main characters
Graduated at i-dArt Art Course (3-Year)
Trans Pacific Ties Bridging Hong Kong and Los Angeles Through Art
Asian Contemporary Art Show 2015
Artwork is selected for Miss CHAN Hui-lui ‘s book cover design