About Me

Khor Seow Hooi is one of the most outstanding watercolour artists of Malaysia. Born in Penang in 1946, his love of art began from his early years in school, and he eventually went to study at the prestigious Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore (1965-1967). He also studied textile printing at the Oriental Institute of Technology in Taiwan (1972-1974). After that, he also trained at the Bayer Lab in Hong Kong (1974) and the Bayer Lab in Germany (1985).

Khor has been very active in the Malaysian art scene. He held his first solo exhibition in Kuala Lumpur in 1969 and his second one-man show in Singapore the same year. His third solo exhibtiion was held in Mutiara Gallery, Penang in 2008. His fourth solo was held in Syuen Hotel, Ipoh in 2010. Khor is currently serving as the Vice Chairman 2 of the Malaysian Watercolour Society (since 2011). He is also a volunteer consultant and adviser for Gallery Old Town in Ipoh.

He would be happy to answer your queries about watercolour painting and the Malaysian art scene.

He can be contacted via khorseowhooi@gmail.com or +6017-355 2688.

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2 comments

  1. Ed Sim · · Reply

    Dear Mr. Khor,

    I enjoy your watercolor works of Penang immensely. I am a former Penangite now living in California and the paintings of yours brings back fond memories. I still visit Penang but not too often and it has changed dramatically over the near 30 years since I left. Your water color paintings possess and preserve the nostalgia feeling. Deft and purposeful brush strokes at all the right places allow the viewer to fill in the rest of the painting.

    Take care and God bless,
    –Ed

    1. Thank you for your kind comment. šŸ™‚

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