Ko Nam

Born in Chengdu China, Ko Nam lost his hearing when he was three. Despite his inability to hear and speak, he expresses his view of the world through his ink and colour paintings which he learned from a number of renowned Chinese artists such as Cen Xue Gong, Luo Ci Bing and Mou Kang Hua. 

Ko has a unique style blending Chinese ink brush painting with impressionism.  His landscapes are characterised by myriad colourful dots, fine yet distinct  strokes while the women depicted by him are carefree, passionate and happy. His works which are highly rated have been shown in many international exhibitions in China, other parts of Asia, Europe and United States, such as International VSA Arts Festival in Washington D.C., Henderson ArtReach Project, Painting and International Festival of Inclusive Arts.  There are also many international art collectors of his works.

Ko Nam moved to Hong Kong in 1994 and had his solo exhibition in Hong Kong in 1995, 2000 and 2008.  He came first  in the Hong Kong Abilympics in 2007 and represented Hong Kong in the International Abilympics in Japan.  In 2009, he received an Outstanding Award at the Chinese Calligraphy and Painting Competition for the disabled in China. In Sept 2011, he won the gold medal of the painting category in the 8th International Abilympics in Seoul with a work entitled "Flowers and Passion".  He recently focused on painting landscapes with oil paint. While traveling in Europe in 2012, he created a series of oil paintings of landscape and street scenery.

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