• Winnie Wong
  • Artist Story
  • Winnie Wong is a passionate artist who aspires to make the world a little brighter. She loves to tell stories, promotes meaningful dialogues and creates positive change for the community through her art.

    She is born in Hong Kong, and fell in love with drawing and painting at the tender age of five. Being determined to pursue her passion and to contribute back to the society through art, she made the bold leap from a wonderful professional career to become an independent artist who is keen to influence people positively through strokes of paint.

    Her artwork is primarily oil on canvas, and watercolour on paper. She enjoys blending her diverse life experience living and travelling in different countries such as India, Poland, Nepal, and Cuba, with her creative imaginations.

    Today, she continues to help private collectors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and the United Kingdom tell their stories through her paintings, mostly oil on canvas and watercolour on paper.
  • Location
  • Hong Kong

Artist CV

Winnie Wong received training in oil painting through Lasalle College of the Arts, in Singapore, in addition to having received extensive training for oil painting in Hong Kong. She also studied and explored abstract art with Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore, and had been practicing art actively until today.


From the Studio



Joint Exhibition, ‘Architecture’: 17 June - 24 June 2017, LivingwithArt, Singapore

Joint Exhibition: 20 November - 31 December 2016, [email protected], Singapore

External Art Installation Project on buildings, ‘The Local Palate’: May 2016 - May 2017, People's Association of Singapore

Solo Exhibition, ‘What The Songs Have Taught Me’: 1 March - 30 April 2016, Flor Gallery, Duxton Hill, Singapore

Group Exhibition, ‘Collective Consciousness’: 10-13 August 2015, The Arts House, Singapore

‘The Best of You’ Exhibition, shortlisted artwork named ‘Dream Chaser’, oil on canvas : October 2014, Marina Square, Singapore

‘Coffee Art Project’ Exhibition, shortlisted artwork named ‘A Window to the World’, oil on canvas: March 2014, Bricks Lane, London


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