Christy Chor holds a BA degree in Ceramics from Sheridan College, Canada. She graduated with high honors and is a silver medalist in May 2020. Hence, she received Willam and Mary Corcoran Crafts Award from Ontario Arts Foundation. Previously, she studied in Hong Kong Polytechnic University (majoring in Graphic Communications) and has a wealth of professional experience in architectural graphics, marketing, brand communication, and project management on art installation projects. She is a nature lover and storyteller. Her belief is all about “Back to Nature”.
Nature is the fountain of her inspirations. The majesty of the landscape, the orchestra of wildlife, and the experience of life are all part of the flow of life. She likes to observe and capture the grace and poetry of movements. The flow, the tranquility, the awe, and the dynamic vitality of creatures, moments of solidarity, heartfelt interactions between humans are stimuli for immersive imagination. Nature’s fluidity and beauty of movements earn the greatest respect as well as fear. Her latest work reflects on the causes and consequences of our ecological crisis, triggers the alarm bells of disaster, and galvanizes the audience into action to save nature for generations to come.