Exhibition of the quarter*: Under the stroke of Water Poon Hong Kong．Singapore
About the Artist
Water Poon is an artist, photographer, designer and film director. He had been a photo journalist of various newspapers in different countries, such as, Express Post, Singtao Daily, Hong Kong Economics Journals in Hong Kong, Singtao Daily (Canada), magazine Global Views Monthly (Taiwan), and Metro Daily (Hong Kong).
Over the years, Water Poon has published various photo albums, art books, and travel notes. His works have been exhibited in various places.
Multi-medium cross application of ink, watercolour, acrylic.
Involving in design, drawing, photography, film directing, writing etc.
Filming world heritage sites across Silk Road, Yellow River, Grand Canal, Dunhuang, Tibet, Yunnan, Xishuangbanna, Huangshan , Wudang Mountain, Emeishan, Kenya of Africa, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, America, Canada, UK, Japan, Bhutan, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong.
Making movies and documentaries (Chinese folklore) (exhibit of Iran at the Walled City).
Organising and sketching the exhibition of 25 Caves of Dunhuang Yulin presented in Vancouver and Hong Kong
Founded "Water Style Painting Photography School" to promote arts and culture.
Drawings and photographic works exhibited worldwide.
Edited, designed and published over 50 photographic collections and travel journals.
Hong Kong Top Ten Youth Outstanding Award, Hong Kong Artists' Guild Limited Debut Photography Contest, Artist Award of the China Shanghai, Martell 2nd Contest, Arts Professor of the Hong Kong Nengren College, Visiting Professor of Design at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong Baptist University Visiting Professor of Arts, Curator of the China Nanshan Temple, Arts Museum, and Design Awards of the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
Commendation Awards for the contributions in arts presented by The Honorable Jason Kenney, PC, MP. Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism on behalf of The Right Honourable Stephen Harper Prime Minister of Canada in 2013.
Original Newspaper Draft
The Making of Water Poon's Painting
*Partial proceeds will be donated to the Caring for Children Foundation and the Evangel Children's Home.