Art is the power of healing

Sophia Chung

Art on Mission

For the first time, I am going to sell my artwork to establish a “mission fund” to be used to help support others in ministry and to enable me to go on future trips as God leads. By selling the paintings and artwork, 40% of the profits will cover the basic cost of the materials and 60% will go to the “mission fund.” The “mission fund” will be used for volunteering, more details about ministries I’m partnering and volunteering will be included in the newsletter if you hit the “subscribe” button.

Painting is another way to keep a diary

My Work

Stranger of the land

18” x 24”
Oil on canvas

Time for Coffee

16″ x 20″
Oil on Canvas


16″ x 20″
Acrylic on canvas board

Coffee break

16″ x 20″
Acrylic on canvas


8″ x 10″
Drypoint intaglio print on paper 6 of 6

Solution vs. Pollution

20″ x 24″
Acrylic on canvas board

Tell me what you paint and I’ll tell you who you are

The Artist

Letter from the Artist

I’m Sophia Chung, an International student from Malaysia. I came to Lenoir-Rhyne University through a scholarship program from the ELCA entitled, “International Women Leaders Program.” I graduated from Lenoir-Rhyne University, NC with Bachelor’s degrees in both studio art and psychology. One of my goals is to be an art therapist.
I grew up in a Christian family. My parents taught me to love the Lord and the people around me.

Artist Statement

Art holds the power of healing. Although I was born and raised in Malaysia, I graduated as an international student from Lenoir-Rhyne University with Bachelor’s degrees in both studio art and psychology. Living in a multiracial country shapes my view and perspective. My passion for life and people is a source of overflowing inspiration. For me, art is powerful as a tool for healing, as a means of recording, and as a way of bringing awareness to others.

Pick ups

Please contact Sophia Chung via email to coordinate time and location for pick up options.