Chinese Canadian Artists Federation in Vancouver
  • Client:
    油畫 陶瓷



Growing up in Hong Kong in the fifies, Arabel Luk loved playing with pigments. She graduated from Ho Tung Technical School for Girls with a major in Art and Pottery in 1969 and then Grantham College Special Third-year Art in 1972. After winning a scholarship, she attended the University of Manchester, UK from 1976-1977 to study teaching art to Children with special needs. Luk was taught Chinese landscape and Sung Style Elaborate painting from masters Siu Lap-Sing and Tong Huang in the early 70’s.

Luk taught art to secondary and college levels in Hong Kong for over 20 years before immigrating to Canada in 1995 leaving her position as an art lecturer of Colleges of Education in HK. Since then, she has been a Coquitlam resident for 18 years and has been teaching art to Tri-cities teenagers and adults since 2001. She is currently an art instructor at Evergreen Cultural Centre teaching Chinese media in the art programmes for a number of school districts.

Luk has been a member of the Port Moody Art Association and National Art Education Association since 1996. She joined ArtsConnect and the Chinese Canadian Artists Federation in Vancouver in 2006. She has organized and participated in various art exhibitions in the local communities and Hong Kong. In 2007, she was also invited by Accent on Art for a televised interview. The most recent shows she participated were the 2011 Diamond art show of GCE in Hong Kong and the Vancouver exhibition at the Chinese Cultural Centre Museum & Archivies in September 2011.