Cecilia Mok is an artist and surface designer living and working in Sydney. She studied fine arts at The Julian Ashton Art School, fashion design at East Sydney Technical College, and has worked as a designer in graphics, print and textiles. Cecilia has been featured in exhibitions and galleries across Sydney. She also teaches at a children’s art studio.

Cecilia is drawn to themes of wonder, storytelling and the beauty of the natural world. Her surface designs are explorations of rich colour palettes, movement and flow, and decorative illustration.

2016 – Winner - Spoonflower Contest ‘New Years Traditions’
2015 – Winner - Spoonflower Contest ‘Watercolour Powertools’
2012 – Winner – Marjorie Santow Award
2004 – State Medal Winner - Fashion Design and Industry Practices Cert IV

2016 - Little Things Art Prize Finalist, Saint Cloche Gallery, Paddington
2010 – 2015 Art By Design, Kinokuniya Wedge Gallery, Sydney
2009 - 2013 The Julian Ashton Art School Annual Student and Teacher Exhibition, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, Sydney
2010 – 2012 Pyrmont Art Prize, Pyrmont, Sydney

2009-2012 - The Julian Ashton Art School – Fine Arts
2004-2005 – East Sydney Technical College – Fashion Design