The Executive Committee is pleased to present a guided viewing of “Ink, Colour and Water – The Art of Marina Pang” with the artist Marina Pang (also known as Marina Choa) at the HK Central Library.
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Marina graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from the Nazareth College in Rochester, New York, USA before completing a postgraduate certificate in Education from the University of London, UK. Her passion and mastery of art developed from 1970 when she began studying Chinese ink painting from Masters Huang Chun Pi, Chao Shao An, Bao Siu Yau, He Baili and Song Yu Gui; calligraphy from Master Ou Da Wei; and oil painting under Master Ma Dok Yuan.
Marina Pang is one of the founding members of the HKU Museum Society and has served as the Treasurer of the Executive Committee for many years. Her paintings have been selected for exhibition at the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibitions in 1989, 1998, 2001 and 2005, the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards in 2012, and the “Tradition to Contemporary: Ink Painting and Artistic Development in 20th Century China” at the University Museum and Art Gallery in 2018. Since 1994, she has held numerous solo exhibitions in Hong Kong, including the City Hall, the Hong Kong University Museum and Art Gallery, The Hong Kong Club and the Central Library.