Chloe Ho (b. 1987, California, USA) is a locally-based international artist. She belongs to a new generation of talented artists born in the 1980s. She completed her studies in studio art at Mills College in California under Liu Hung (Chinese - American contemporary artist) and Moira Roth (art historian and critic). 
The artist explores her multicultural background in her work, combining elements of East and West. Ho always maintains an eye for the unexpected, yet aesthetically familiar as she focuses on the nature of existence, man's relation to nature and his place in the universe. Chloe engages and encourages the viewer to respond, interpret and spiritually connect to her art.  
Her art makes a bold, yet personal statement, through the use of both traditional and contemporary mediums that include Chinese ink, coffee, spray paint, blue ink, acrylics and new technologies. 
Chloe's many successful solo shows include those at her representing gallery 3812 in London and Hong Kong, at Forbes Gallery in New York, at Joyce Gallery in Shanghai and at the Hong Kong Arts Centre's milestone exhibition Ascendence. She has also been featured in recognised group shows in the San Francisco Bay Area, Beijing and in Taipei at Ink Now Art Expo. Her works are held by private collectors in England, France, Switzerland, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China and America (including Washington, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sonoma and Florida). Following Chloe Ho's critically acclaimed first London exhibition, 'Unconfined Illumination', held in autumn 2019 at 3812 Gallery London, Ashmolean Museum and the Women's Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, Cambridge both acquired her artworks for their permanent collections. 
She has participated in many artistic collaborations. In 2018 and 2021, Chloe's work was collected as part of the Macau's MGM Chairman's Collection and is featured at the MGM Cotai Hotel and Villas. Her work was further exhibited at the MGM Collector's Lounge at Art Basel Hong Kong in 2018. In 2019, her signature blue work Ocean's Vase was selected by Rosewood Hong Kong as part of the artistic visual branding for the hotel. 
Chloe was given the Most Inspiring Woman Award by Marié Claire Magazine in 2014. She was the first Hong Kong artist honoured as "Martell Artist of the Year" in 2017. Her work Fleur was successfully offered at the Modern Art Sales in Sotheby's Spring Auction in Hong Kong (2019). She has been featured in Christie's Magazine (2019) and many other notable publications.