Meley was born in Hong Kong in 1977, resident of Singapore. She received her Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts, Painting with Distinction from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Diploma in Fine Arts from Lasalle College of the Arts and Manchester Metropolitan University. She also achieved a specialist diploma in Counselling Psychology in Academy of Certified Counsellors.
Law travelled often for inspiration during her early 20s and most of her artworks are mainly subjected on landscape in abstract which greatly influenced by the works by German painter, Gerhard Richter and Taiwanese painter Liu Kuo Sung.
An accomplished artist, Law has held many painting exhibitions in Singapore and many countries. She has won numerous merit awards such as the Nokia Arts Awards Asia Pacific 2001, Nokia Arts Awards in Singapore, Asia-Europe Young Artists’ Painting Competition and UOB Group’s 19th Painting of the Year Competition.
In Law’s early career, she had made an professional application to further her curatorial practice in commercial galleries and community art events. Since 2000, she has been giving art classes to private and cooperate events from children to adults.
Law paused painting practice for 16 years and raised a family with two adorable children. Her passion to arts is unchanged. During those years, she had been serving many different roles within the art communities and marketplace.
In 2018, she resumed her fine arts painting career. Law encountered a story, ‘Leaf by Niggle' by Tolkien and she felt understood by its ending. She felt the assurance of returning her painting's path. In the artist’s epiphany on the virtue of faith, hope and love in this story; with gratitude, Law starts to paint, ‘I Felt Heard’ series.
An artist inside her holds many dreams; as a female in ritual, she put them down one after the other, suppressing her artist-self. She expresses the notion of assurance and contentment in forms of still life and landscape. She returns her first passion in painting; reflecting the artist's memories between loves and lose, between aspirations and realistic expectations.
Recently, she exhibited her new paintings series in “Resurrecting Life”, “6th Pameran Poskad 2018”, “New Findings”, “Tatinis Art Show 2019”,“Blessed Asia 2019” group exhibitions and latest “Every Step Counts” Live walk performance under Amanda Heng’s project, Singapore Biennale 2019. Law enjoys to explore new possibilities in art making on different platforms.