Skip to main content
search
0

Regan Peacock Fung took tremendous joy in the world around her.

Her courageous spirit, keen judgment and infectious laughter enriched the lives of those who knew her. Regan’s passing in September 2011, from Chronic Lymphatic Leukemia, was a devastating loss.

Regan had a love of art since kindergarten when her drawing was published in the children’s section of our newspaper. She pursued her interest in high school and then attended Concordia University, earning a degree in studio art and art history. She had a studio at home and spent her free time, when possible, painting large canvasses. When she became ill, it was her painting that gave her focus and solace. Her art hangs on the walls of family and friends, proof of its enduring importance. We cannot think of a better way to honour her life than through an endowment for Niagara Artists Centre.

~ Claudia Peacock

If you would like to donate in honour of Reagan Peacock Fung please go to our donations page.

Painting by Regan Peacock Fung

Regan Peacock Fung
Memorial Art Fund

The Regan Peacock Fung Memorial Fund has been established by Regan’s parents, Bob and Claudia, and brother, Erik, to honour her memory and two of the passions that enriched her life: art and travel. Money raised through the fund will provide assistance to professional visual, media and craft artists living in Niagara. Annually, an artist will be awarded $1000 toward their travel expenses artist in Canada or abroad to attend, or participate in, activities related to their work as an artist.

Travel Assistance for Professional Visual, Media, and Craft Artists

Applications due:
Friday 15 January 2021 5pm
Email the application to artists@nac.org with Regan Peacock Fung Memorial Art Fund in the subject line.

Past Recipients

2013 > Carrie Perreault (Artist-in-Residence [AIR], Taipei Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan)
2014 > Mori McCrae (Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, Ireland)
2015 > Amy Friend (Havana, Cuba)
2016 > Janny Fraser (Zwolle, Netherlands)
2017 > Jim Maunder (Camino de Santiago, Spain)
2018 > Tammy Jane Lepp (New Orleans, USA)
2019 > Jonathan Culp (Manitoba, CA)