The Art Of 

Wah Wing Chan

About Me

Chan’s works can be found in private and public collections in Canada, China, India, Portugal, Korea, Switzerland and Norway. Local public collections include La Bibliothéque et Archives nationale du Québec, Le Droit, Atelier de l’île, Open Studio in Toronto, and Atelier Circulaire in Montreal.

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The Art Of Printmaking

Chan’s latest works, a series of liquid acrylic paintings on tatami paper, was featured in the summer 2011 issue of Vie des Arts. Chan’s mixed media work and soft ground etchings were praised in the spring 2015 issue of the same publication in an article by the editor, Bernard Lévy. His painting on tatami paper was on display at the Centre d’Exposition de Repentigny, alongside Stacey Leavitt’s large format abstract paintings on July 2015. Chan began January 2016 with a three-person show at the Galerie Reneé-Blain du Centre Sociocultural de Brossard, with sculptor Marie-France Bourbeau and painter-printmaker Sophie Pardo. Chan’s mixed-media work was on display in November 2017 at Dawson College’s Warren G. Flowers Gallery alongside a print installation by Claude Arseneault. At the beginning of summer of 2018, Wing once again collaborated with Marie-France Bourbeau and Sophie Pardo at the Maison de la Culture Eulalie-Durocher, in the exhibition called, Materia Prima.


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