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Flory Fa-Long Chowe Edit Profile

consultant , sculptor , art educator

Flory Fa-Long Chowe, Chinese, American sculptor, art educator, consultant. Recipient 1st award in sculpture 23d Taiwan Arts Exhibition, 1968, Emily Lowe scholarship Art Students' League New York, 1968, Edward G. McDowell Traveling scholarship, 1970.

Background

Chowe, Flory Fa-Long was born on April 27, 1936 in Hong Chow, China. Came to the United States, 1954. Daughter of Lung-Wan and Jean-Yin Chao.

Education

Bachelor, Barry University, 1957. Postgraduate in sculpture, Art Students' League New York, 1970.

Career

Acting dean, associate professor fine arts Dharma Realm Buddhist University, Talmage, California, 1979-1981. Art consultant, designer, executor for specific sites The Orient Golf Clubs, Pen Holdings Inc., International, Taipei, Xiamen, Taiwan, China and Nashville, 1993-1996. Chief organizer, proprietor Studio Gallery, Ukiah, California, since 1996.

Artist-in-residence Art Academy Rome, 1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Represented in permanent sculpture collections in Italy, Switzerland, America, Japan, Taiwan, and China. Featured interview in Sojourn, 1999.

Connections

Married John Sie, February 15, 1958 (divorced December 17, 1966). Children: Susan Sie, Deborah Sie, James Sie. Married Arthur G. Hedley, July 11, 1972.

father:
Lung-Wan Chao

mother:
Jean-Yin Chao

spouses:
Arthur G. Hedley

John Sie

children:
Deborah Sie Chowe

James Sie Chowe

Susan Sie Chowe