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Eileen was born in China, raised in Hong Kong and then immigrated to Canada in 1968. After graduating from the B.C. Institute of Technology in Nuclear Medicine and Chemistry, Eileen began working in the field of health. Because she wanted to explore a new aspect of life and something related to her roots, she began studying Chinese brush painting in 1994, learning from several master painters throughout the years. Her love of nature coincides with the beautiful expressions of nature revealed in this art form. An active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists since 1998, Eileen has held several solo exhibitions in B.C. and participated in many juried group shows locally and oversea, which include the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour 77th annual juried exhibition in Halifax, and the XVI Collective Painting and Sculptures Exhibition, Concello de Cangas of Spain in June, 2008. Her work have received several awards which include First Place at the Juried Arts 2006 Exhibition of the Surrey Arts Centre. In March, 2010, her work has been accepted for the City of Richmond’s No. 3 Road Public Art Project.
Eileen is also an active volunteer for the arts community. She has served on the Board of the Burnaby Arts Council from 1998 to 2002, chaired the Burnaby Artwalk and Studio Tour. As a member of the Art Teacher Association of B.C., Eileen has presented Chinese Watercolor Workshops in several of the Art Teachers’ Conferences. In 2007, she ventured as a Children book illustrator: The Dream Jar, published in 2008.
Having lived in Canada for most of her life, she enjoys blending of the Western cultures with this Eastern art form.