Wong May Lee 黃美莉

黃美莉先後習陶瓷於英國、台灣、日本及澳洲等地,1984年創辦陶土坊陶藝教室,積極推動香港陶藝教育,曾任香港大學專業進修學院、香港教育學院持續專業教育學院及香港藝術館陶藝導師。先後獲聘為杭州中國美院和湖北美院客席陶藝導師。

作品多次入選香港當代藝術雙年展,1989年獲茶具創作比賽季軍,2001年獲「第一屆全國陶瓷藝術與設計展覽和評比」優秀獎及「中國宜興國際陶藝展」特別榮譽獎,2002年「全國第七屆陶瓷藝術設計創新評比」優秀獎,2010年「第九屆全國陶瓷藝術設計創新評比」優秀獎,2013年9月獲香港民政事務局局長嘉許獎章。

曾舉辦多次個展及參與數十次國內外聯展,作品為香港藝術館、香港文化博物馆、澳門藝術博物館、中國文化部、中央美院、中國美院、中國歷史博物館、中國藝術研究院、廣東美術館及海內外人仕收藏。

現為香港陶瓷研藝協會創會及現任會長。

Wong May Lee studied ceramic art in the UK, Taiwan, Japan and Australia, among others. In 1984, she founded the Tao Tao Fong Ceramic Studio, promoting ceramic education in Hong Kong. As an educator, she taught ceramic art at The HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education, the School of Continuing and Professional Education of the then Hong Kong Institute of Education (now The Education University of Hong Kong), and The Hong Kong Museum of Art. She was also employed as a guest instructor by The China Academy of Art and The Hubei Institute of Fine Arts .


For several times, Wong’s artworks were selected for The Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards. In 1989, she was the second runner-up of The Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters Competition. In 2001, she respectively received the Excellence Award at The 1st China Ceramic Exhibition and a Special Honorable Award at The China Yixing International Ceramic Exhibition. The next year, bestowed upon her was the Excellence Award of The 9th China Ceramic Exhibition. The Secretary for Home Affairs of the HKSAR awarded her through the Commendation Scheme in September 2013.


Wong has held numerous solo exhibitions and participated in dozens of group exhibitions at home and abroad. Her works have been collected by The Hong Kong Museum of Art, The Hong Kong Heritage Museum, The Macau Museum of Art, The Ministry of Culture of the People’s Republic of China, The China Central Academy of Fine Arts, The China Academy of Art, the then National Museum of Chinese History (now The National Museum of China), The China Art Academe, The Guangdong Museum of Art and private collectors from China and overseas. The founder and chairman of The Society of Hong Kong Ceramic Arts.

 
 
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