Huey-Chih Ho was born in Taipei, Taiwan, and studied painting at the Chinese Culture University, graduating in 1994 with a B.F.A. before coming to the United States to continue her studies at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (M.F.A., 1997). She was a visiting lecturer at the Massachusetts College of Art (1997-98). Since moving back to her home city, Taipei in 1998, she has taught studio art at eight different community colleges for 15 years and is currently teaching at the Fu Jen Catholic University, HungKuo Delin University of Technology General Education Center, National Taiwan Normal University Division of Preparatory Programs for Overseas Chinese Students, and the PanChiao Community College in Taiwan.
Huey-Chih Ho was awarded the gold prize from the 40th National Oil Painting Exhibition in Taiwan, 2016, the gold prize in oil painting category from National Art Exhibition at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, 2014, and the first prize from the 17th DA DUN Fine Arts Exhibition in Taiwan, 2012. She is the recipient of three-time grants (2000, 2006, 2013) from National Cultural and Art Foundation in Taiwan and has been awarded residencies to the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation, NY, and the Vermont Studio Center ,VT. She has exhibited in solo shows and group exhibitions in the United State, Taiwan, China, Singapore. Her work is included in private and public collections such as twelve of her paintings in Art Bank Taiwan’s Collection, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, CTBC Bank, E.Sun Commercial Bank, Taming Senior High School, Wang Yuan-Lin Culture Art Foundation, Taiwan National Exhibition Committee for Arts, Chung Yuan Christian University Art Center, Ke-Yuan Gallery, New Taipei City Government Sport Office Hsinchuang Gymnasium, and Zhangqihua Culture & Art Foundation. She currently lives and works in Taipei City.