Mok Kam Cheung born in Hong Kong in 1945. Started painting as a vocational Chinese painter since 1987. His passion in painting was triggered after a serious car accident that resulted in brain injury. During his brain recovery he saw vivid colors in his mind and he urged himself to record the imageries with paintings. After his recovery, he continued to pursue his passion in painting and served as an Asian Art docent at Hong Kong Museum of Art since 2003. He graduated with a distinction from the Hong Kong University School of Professional and Continued Education program in Chinese painting and calligraphy. Travel, museum, landscape sketching, observation and memorization inspire his creative works.
Many of these paintings were inspired by natural sceneries such as Yellowstone, Hawaii, and 17 Miles, as well as landscape around the world including glacier and canyon in Norway, cherry blossoms in Japan, beaches and coasts in Taiwan, and gorges and mountains in China. These places increase his understanding of ancient art heritage, inspire his creativity and nourishes his soul.
In 2009, he was selected to participate in “Beijing China First Chinese Painting and Calligraphy” Exhibition and his work was published in their “Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Collection Yearbook” hosted by the Ministry of Culture of the People's Republic of China. In the same year. His famous work "Ten Sceneries of Wall” was exhibited in the “Hong Kong Biennial Art Exhibition" , published in the “Hundreds of Chinese Art Collection ”, in 2011. In 2012, he was nominated as one of the “Most Innovative New Artist” in Beijing. His works have been exhibited in Hong Kong and China many times as well as collected by art enthusiasts all over the world from USA, Europe, Japan, and Australia. In 2013, his works were published in Jilin Province Publishing House. In 2015, he was invited to publish in an annual collection by Jiangxi Art Publishing House. In 2016, his work was collected in "Six Contemporary Chinese Painters Collection" Published by Beijing Ministry of Culture, organized by Chinese Artist Association, Chinese Collectors Association, China Literature and Art foundation. In 2017, his solo" Mok Kam Cheung Chinese Painting Collection" was published by Jiangxi Fine Art Publishing House.