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Louis Sai keung Lo



My interest in fine arts dated back to the 1970s. Started from practicing Western and Chinese painting, gem stone carving, and ceramics with various teachers and artists. During the years from mid-1970s to mid-1980s, my major involvement was Shiwan Ceramics Sculpture , practicing with Shiwan Ceramics artist, Ping-Chung Ho (何秉聰 ). At which time my works were mainly  figurines, the theme of which related to many well-known Chinese religious stories and fairy tales.  Since then, figurative sculpturing became my favorite topic.


Recent years, I searched for alternative medium, in addition to ceramics, to express my works. From 2006 to 2010, I practiced Glass Arts (major in Casting) through participation in several full-time workshops in Urban Glass and The Studio of Corning Museum of Glass in New York, United States, and with well-known glass artist Miriam Di Fiore in Mornico Losana, Italy .


Came back to Hong Kong in 2010, I completed the Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) programme (Major in Ceramics) offered jointly by RMIT University Australia and Hong Kong Art School, with an objective to understand the “Contemporary “ art world, and its relationship with “Traditional” arts.


My earlier works inherited the beauty of traditional Chinese ceramic sculpture arts. My recent works, however, include content which reflects the phenomenon of people in modern world. 

Art Education

2013       Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art),

                RMIT University, Australia

2013       Italian Sculpture Master Class by       

               Franco Anzelmo, Hong Kong Art

               School, Hong Kong

2010       Practiced DiFiore's technique with

               glass artist Miriam Di Fiore,              

               Mornico Losana, Italy

2006 – 2007  

               Urban Glass, Brooklyn, New York.

               The Studio, Corning Museum of

               Glass, New York.

1973 - 1980s   

               Practiced ceramics with “Shiwan

               Ceramics” artist Mr. Ho Ping-chung


Solo Exhibition

12/2016 Dialogue

                JCCAC, H.K.

12/2015 Touch - Inner Sense

                JCCAC, H.K.

Group Exhibition

9/2021   Pure Land - A group exhibition under the

               theme Pure Land in Buddhism related to

               Dunhuang Arts

               Galerija Cedomir Krstic,


5/2021 - 6/2021

               Symphony Six - The 6th Joint Exhibition of   

               White Box Friends

               PMQ, Central, H.K.

3/2020 - 5/2020



               MTR Central Station, H.K.

12/2019 - 1/2020

               On Earth

               JCCAC, H.K.

2/2019   Touched by Romance

               Touch Ceramics, Central, H.K.

13/12/2018 - 13/1/2019

               Factory Forward - JCCAC Art Festival 2018

                JCCAC, H.K.

6-8/12/2018   DesignInspire 2018

               HK Convention Centre, H.K.

5/2018 - 7/2018

               The Charismatic Rebirth of Yore

               Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei

9/2016 - 2/2017

               Fashion+Paper, Scissors & Rock

               HK Heritage Museum, H.K.

3/2016 - 4/2016


               Arttube, MTR Central Station, H.K.

10/2014 Fine Art Asia 2014

               Hong Kong Convention Centre.

7/2014   Studio Glass Hong Kong Opening

               Exhibition, JCCAC, H.K.

4/2014   A Heritage into the Future – Hong

               Kong Ceramics – Wun Yiu,

               Unit Gallery, JCCAC, H.K.

1/2014   Clay-In-Clay 2014

               HK Visual Art Centre, H.K.

1/2013   The Wall.

               HKAS Gallery, HK Arts Centre, H.K.


Media Interview

5/2019  JCCAC Newsletter Coverpage

3/2019   Geometric Image Global Media

1/2019   H.K. Economic Times


2014      Artworks - Wun Yiu Series -

              Satisfaction and Expectation:

              - Tai Kung Pao 24.04.2014. P.A21

              - Eat and Travel Weekly Issue 978.


              - MetroPop Issue 401. P.112-113

              - Phoenix TV – Speak Out Hong Kong



Latest Private Collections:

               - Wun Yiu Series – Satisfaction (I) (II) (III)

               - Wun Yiu Series – Expectation

               - Contentment


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