Synn Kune Loh

Synn Kune Loh
a poet and visual artist

Born in China, Synn Kune grew up in Hong Kong. He completed a BA in Psychology from the University of Bridgeport in the USA before his graduate study in Cultural Psychology at Queen’s University, in Kingston, Ontaria. An accomplished painter, he studied experimental art at the Ontario College of Art in Tronto. In addition, Synn Kune holds a Master degree in Therapeutic Counseling from the International College of Spiritual and Psychic Science in Montreal, Quebec.
Synn Kune found his inspiration through the abstraction of forms and ideas. What makes his paintings unique is the metaphysical content, which explores the relaity of the ideal. The artist steps outside of representation to create a visual language using dots, lines, circles, triangles, squares, color and form. The result is a vision of ecstatic wonder and astonishment.
These paintings are about nothing. Therefore they are about everything.”  Synn Kune

The Reality of The Ideal 

Paintings are all acrylic on canvas.


The sky is never empty, 2012


The Tipping point, 2012


Fascination, 2012


Assumption, 2012


Entering the Memory Field, 2012


In the not too distant future, 2012


How to watch the sky, 2012


Pushing the boundary, 2012


One Day You May Find This Useful, 2012


Day of Departure, 2012


The earth is always full, 2012


These paintings are accompanied by his own ‘haiku’ poems.  Collections of his verse continue in popularity, with a book available today; ” A Journey to Camatkara”, Alpha Glyph Publication, 2012.