Paul Ching-Bor

Paul Ching-Bor

  • Artist’s Statement

    “I am only a part of the work I have created. I strongly sense that time and space have been playing their incontestable roles, through me, on to the work.
    My practice in the medium is about building up watercolor, and then to dematerialize it to the parallel notion of material (visceral) and immaterial (cerebral), which is also reminiscent of the eastern philosophy - between like it and not like it.”

  • Biography

    1963 Born in Guangzhou, Southern China.
    1975-81 Selected to study fine art at the Youth Arts Centre, Guangzhou.
    1981-84 Began painting full time in the Art Studio, Guangzhou.
    1984-85 Returned to study in the Sculpture Dept. of Guangzhou Fine Art University.
    1985-87 Studied fine art at the Jing De Zhen Ceramic Institute (Art Dept.)

    Immigrated to Australia in 1987 and established a career as a professional artist in watercolours.
    Since then he has amassed many awards including first prize and gold medal from the Rotary Club of Camberwell,
    Victoria (1994); Allied Artists of America 1997 Annual exhibition Gold Medal of Honour; Combined Brisbane Rotary Art Spectacular Best Watercolour (2006); he has been selected for many prestigious awards and exhibitions in the USA (where he has resided since winning the Mercedes Benz scholarship to study there in 1996) and has been an invited artist in solo and group exhibitions in Munich and Salzburg as well as widely across the USA.


    Hilton International, Sydney; Shell Chemicals, Melbourne; Camberwell Civic Centre, Melbourne; Mobil Oil, Melbourne; Pioneer International, Sydney; Club Marine Insurance, Melbourne; Pacific Seasons, Melbourne; Toyota, Melbourne; Springfield Art Museum, Missouri; Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Ritz Carlton, New York, New York; Grand Hyatt International, Tokyo, Japan; World Financial Centre, Shanghai; Sparkasse Bank, Salzburg; Mandarin Oriental Hotel, New York, New York; The Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina.
    Private collections across Australia, New Zealand, the USA, Japan, England and Europe.

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Showing the single artwork

Paul Ching-Bor

Snow Etherealization, FDR, New York
74 x 54 x 1 cm Framed: 104 x 84 x 6cm Watercolour & Gouache on Paper $8,400.00