O d i l i a Fu
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Odilia W. Y. Fu
Chinese-American, born in Hong Kong.
Has lived and worked in Los Angeles, California; Orlando, Florida, USA.
Currently lives and works in Hong Kong.
Odilia started taking formal painting and drawing lessons in a studio at the age of four. She
attended oil and acrylic painting classes, ceramics workshops and art seminars at the universities in
both Hong Kong and the United States.
Her artworks were selected by the Curator, and documented at the Netherlands Institute for Art
History (Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie)- one of the largest art history centers in
the world (2006). Her art project received endorsement from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (2007).
She also received letters of encouragement from President Barack Obama, the First Lady Michelle
Obama for her letters, poem and artwork as an independent Chinese-American artist (2009). Her
artworks were auctioned at an Official Fundraiser in support of President Barack Obama's re-
election (2012). Her latest 'Music in Ink' artworks were selected and featured in the 'Broad Brush:
New Gestural Paintings Collection', "Spotlight on Asia Collection" by Bridget Carron (2014); "New
Abstract Expressionism Collection” by Katherine Henning (2016), Curators and Art Advisors of the
prestigious London-based Saatchi Art. She was invited by international acoustic guitarist, Steven
Hancoff, Musical Ambassador for the U.S. State Department, to participate in his Bach project. Her
painting was published in his iBook "J. Sebastian Bach: Pablo Casals and the Six Suites for 'Cello
Odilia earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Florida (1999). She is by invitation,
a member of the honor society of Phi Kappa Phi and Alpha Iota Delta based on academic
excellence and exemplary character.
After graduating from the University of Florida, she joined AT&T as an Engineering Manager and
Project Lead. After 5 years in corporate America, she decided to pursue her dream and launch her
career as a professional artist in 2004. Her works can be found in private collections throughout
Europe and the United States.
LETTER FROM FIRST LADY
A reply to the artist's letter soliciting
support for independent American
artists, especially women;during difficult
LETTER FROM MR. PRESIDENT
A reply to the artist's letter and
LETTER FROM HER MAJESTY QUEEN
Listed artist at the Netherlands Institute
for Art History (Rijksbureau voor
The artist's works are documented at the institute.