Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

Visual Arts

Chau Peng Kuong

For more than 20 years, I have been working on Chinese calligraphy and painting mounting. I am particularly interested in creating new ways of mounting, experimenting with different materials and innovated techniques, combining the two, picture and mounting, and presenting them together as one complete artwork.


1957                      born in Macau

1987                      started to study calligraphy with calligrapher Wong Sio Hin

1989                      started to study Chinese mounting with mounting masters Cheng Moon Wha and Lo Fuk Keong

1994                      Invited by Macao Youth Cultural Association and Macao Education Department, together with Lo Fuk Keong, to give a talk about “Chinese Calligraphy and Picture Mounting”

1996                      founded the “Society of Paper Art”

1997                      first solo exhibition “Chau Peng Kuong – the Art of Chinese Mountings”

invited by Macao Television to film a series of workshops “Fun with Chinese Mounting”

1998                      “Three Men’s Calligraphy Show in Spring” in Macau

gave Chinese Mounting courses at Youth Activity Centre in Macau

1999                      Calligraphy Show with Lee Jit Won at Cultural Plaza Gallery, Macau

Gave Chinese Mounting workshops at Hong Kong Museum of Art

2001                      second solo exhibition “Chau Peng Kuong – the Art of Chinese Mountings” at Hong Kong City Hall and Cultural Plaza Gallery, Macau

2002                      exhibition “Chau Peng Kuong – the Creative Art of Chinese Mountings”, Guangzhou Museum, Guangzhou, China

gave a talk “Creative Art of Chinese Mountings”, Chinese Calligraphy Association of Australia, Sydney, Australia

2003                      “Chau Peng Kuong – Calligraphy Exhibition”, Chinese Cultural Centre, Sydney, Australia


“Make A Wish” 10th Anniversary Group Exhibition

28th August, 2013

MAKE A WISH is the theme of our 10th anniversary exhibition proposed to all Creative Macau members. Twenty six members across the twelve different creative fields of advertising, architecture, craft, design, designer fashion, film and video, interactive leisure software, music, performing arts, publishing, software and computer development, and visual arts were interested and are displaying […]