CHAN MIN LEUNG was born in Hong Kong in 1950. He first studied Chinese painting in Fan Fung Studio at the age of 17. He had won the first prize in the Hong Kong Youth Art Competition in both 1973 and 1977. Thereafter he has been taking part in various joint exhibitions in local and overseas occasions such as Contemporary Hong Kong Biennial Exhibitions, Hong Kong Creative Paintings Exhibition, the Seventh Art Exhibition of National Art Gallery in Taiwan, Art Exhibition in Korea, Australian Gold Award Exhibition in 1993 and the Lingnam Joint Exhibition in U.S.A. The latest award that he won was the Award of Excellence in the Forte Cup 20th Century Asian Pacific Art Competition co-sponsored by Asian Pacific Art Institute of America. His paintings are acclaimed worldwide.

CHAN is specialized in landscape and minor in flowers and birds. In his landscape, mountain ranges are misty and inviting whereas waterfalls are glimmering with chilling clearness. In-ter-twined with the changes of seasons, his paintings always have a diversity of dimension.

His first individual exhibition was held at City Hall in 1982, followed by various exhibitions organized by the Fringe Club in 1984, 1989 and 1990 and a Teacher and Students Joint Art Exhibition in 1991. Individual exhibition were also held at the Empress Place Museum in Singapore, Confucious Plaza in New York, USA and Chinese Museum in Melbourne.

CHAN'S paintings were also put to auction in Singapore in the same year. CHAN'S the Art Galleries in Taiwan and Indonesia as well.

CHAN MIN LEUNG is a contract actor of Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) by trade. In his spare time, he devotes his passion in teaching, painting and travelling all over the world for inspiration.

CHAN is an Art Advisor of Australia Lingnam Art Association. He is also committee members of One Art Group, Creation of H.K. Contemporary Chinese Paintings, Hong Kong Lanting Association, and the Vice-Chairman of Hong Kong Lingnam Art Association.


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