Emma Fordham is a Swedish/British painter who has lived in Hong Kong for three years. Her artwork is inspired by the ever-changing surface of the city where both construction and demolition are ongoing. She aims to explore the fragile relationships between heritage and memory and desired future growth and stability. Emma trained at the Slade School of Fine Art in London and is also a qualified art teacher.
Allison Plastridge is an American figurative painter who has lived in Hong Kong for eight years. She enjoys painting portraits of her immediate family, particularly her children, and preferably from life. She also has a series of on-going self-portraits in various media. Allison received her classical training from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. She aims to create works that convey a sense of poetry of the everyday.