Winter Has Come 22 in X 22 in Ink and Color on Paper
Chui Yung Sang (Paul) was born in 1933. Student of Master Lam Chin Shek and learned Chinese calligraphy and painting when he was in primary school. Later, he studied western painting and art design. He held positions in the Art Departments at three television stations in Hong Kong. “Enjoy Yourself Tonight” was the longest running vaudeville in Television Broadcast (TVB) in Hong Kong. The title of the show was written in Chinese calligraphy by Chui. In Hong Kong 1958, he held his first solo painting exhibition in St. John’s Cathedral. Later, he joined the Circle Art Group and became quite active in the local art circle. In 1973, Chui immigrated to Canada. In 1975, he held his first painting exhibition at the Bau Xi Art Gallery in Vancouver. In 1986, he was placed second in the Phillippe Charriol Foundation Modern Painting Competition Exhibition (Hong Kong and Paris).
Winner of the Special Award at Western Paintings Category of the 1st Canada Chinese Arts Bridge Art Competition 2014.
Member of the Chinese Canadian Artists Federation in Vancouver
One of the four Hong Kong artists participated “Pacific Crossings” Exhibition in Vancouver Art Gallery 2017