Wingchow is a Richmond-based artist whose work can easily be recognized through the use of distinct amorphous forms. These colorful abstractions stem from an original interest in human viscera- a visual metaphor for the parts of people we do not see. Together, these strange and alluring shapes create a unique organic matter that can either remain abstract or take shape in the figurative.

Thematically, the works are influenced by n
ature; mystery; magic; playtime; spiritual leanings; and day-to-day life. They aim to inspire the viewer's imagination through an exciting exploration of color and form; to beautify the spaces and communities they reside in; and to stay open to constant evolution and flow.  



Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

BFA Painting & Printmaking | 2014


2018 | Flux, Artspace Gallery, Richmond VA


2020 | Color4Smile, Urban Art United, Shanghai, China
2019 | Uncommon Ground, Black Iris Gallery, Richmond, VA
2019 | Bon Voyage, Endeavor RVA, Richmond, VA
2019 | (irl), Black Iris Gallery, Richmond, VA 

2018 | Fresh Paint, Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Richmond, VA
2018 | New Waves, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Virginia Beach, VA,
2017 | Think Small 9, Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA
2017 | Game On, Endeavor RVA, Richmond, VA
2016 | Inside Out, The Studio School, VMFA, Richmond, VA
2016 | Blush: A Richmond Benefit, Endeavor RVA, Richmond, VA
2015 | Weekends, 9WG Studios, Richmond, VA
2014 | Interaction 44,The Fishbowl Gallery VCU, Richmond, VA


2019 | aWall Mural Projects, Miami, FL
2019 | Below the Stacks, Lansing, MI 
2019 | HKWalls, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
2018 | aWall Mural Projects, Miami, FL
2018 | POW! WOW! DC, Washington, D.C.
2017 | Helsinki Urban Art Project, Helsinki, Finland
2017 | RVA Street Art Festival, Richmond, VA
2017 | Wet Walls, Endeavor RVA, Richmond, VA