Wingchow is a Richmond-based artist whose work can be easily recognized through the use of distinct amorphous forms. These colorful manifestations stem from an original interest in human viscera- a visual metaphor for the parts of people we do not see. These forms come together to create a strange organic matter that can either remain abstract or take shape in the figurative.
Thematically, the works are influenced by nature, mystery, playtime, transformation, spiritual leanings, and day-to-day life. Aesthetically, the aim is to make something strange yet alluring, something that seeks to beautify, inspire, and to understand itself.