廖⽒於 2019 年獲得香港浸會⼤學視覺藝術⽂學⼠。他的作品曾在10 Chancery Lane、Womanboss、Artuu Gallery、
Sovereign Art Foundation和⼤館展出。他亦曾參與藝博會，包括Affordable Art Fair 和 Ink Asia 等。他於 2018 年獲得
Sovereign Art Foundation Student Prize，並於 2020 年入圍香港⼈權藝術獎。他的作品被余德耀基⾦會等機構收藏。
Born and raised in Hong Kong, Ticko Liu is a contemporary artist with noted interest in the genre of landscape painting. Liu uses bright colours and familiar scenes to render the quotidian memories. As if mapping the traces of his past, the canvas is divided into blocks of colour and is often interspersed with wavy, bright lines. With perspective forgone, pictorial elements such as flames, clouds, and plants are distributed across the painterly plane and result in a dispersed perspective — a salient metaphor for mutable futures and a decay of material life.
Liu received a B.F.A in Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University in 2019. His work has been exhibited in 10 Chancery Lane, Womanboss, Sovereign Art Foundation, and Tai Kwun. He has also participated in art fairs, such as Art Central, Fine Art Asia, Affordable Art Fair, and Ink Asia. He won the Sovereign Art Foundation Student Prize in 2018 and was shortlisted for the Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize in 2020. His work is in numerous collections, including the Yuz Foundation.
BA (Hons) of Arts in Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University
Associate of art (Merit), College of International Education, Hong Kong Baptist University
Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2020