Born on May 30th, 1958, in Kowloon, Hong Kong, artist Thomas Leung inherited the same artistic vision and technique that his father Hong Leung possessed. Being the eldest of the four sons, Thomas Leung grew up watching his father create beauty on canvas and knew that he too would learn to capture the same enchanting atmosphere that his father’s works gave to gallery visitors.
In his early youth, Thomas Leung exhibited his first paintings at the Leung Gallery located at the Miramar Hotel in Hong Kong with his father’s works. Thomas Leung's family later immigrated to the United States in 1978 where he went to College of Alameda to major in art. While still in college, Thomas Leung started to develop his own individual style, finding exciting new avenues to express his ideas through abstract painting.
On canvas, Thomas Leung experimented with colors, portrayed intense movement, and discovered new paths of artistic development that differed from Hong, his father. After graduation, Thomas Leung was invited to showcase his paintings at exhibitions in Tokyo, Japan, at the 18th and 19th Asia Modern Art Exhibitions as well as the Tokyo International Art Show.
Today, Thomas Leung creates artworks of great diversity shown through vibrant landscapes, striking abstracts, and an array of color with lasting vigor. Thomas Leung's works can be found at Lahaina Galleries located in Hawaii and California, and the Leung Gallery in Shanghai, China.