About the Artist
Alicia Chen is a multi-disciplinary artist and curator from Toronto, Canada. She holds degrees in Visual Arts and Art History from the University of British Columbia and trained under several of America’s modern masters in New York City, including Max Ginsburg, Costa Vavagiakis and Ephraim Rubenstein. She has worked, collaborated and showcased her artwork with and at influential institutions and corporations such as, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Harbourfront Center (during TAIWANfest), Peter Triantos Art Gallery, Arta Gallery, University of Toronto Architecture Faculty, the University of British Columbia, Rotary International, TTC (Toronto Transit Commission), 4Cats Art Studio and private professionals. Her artworks are in private collections in New York, LA, Vancouver, Toronto, and Taipei.
Professionally trained in New York City, Alicia creates versatile artwork inspired by the human experience in a wide range styles. From fine art to commercial product design/illustration, and from exhibition curatorial to editorial writing, Alicia enjoys connecting with diverse people through her creativity. She curates art exhibitions and arts and cultural events at galleries and regularly gives back to her community. Her most recent community service venture involves leading art workshops at Villa Charities.