Adrian Kay Wong (b. 1991)  lives and works in Los Angeles. Wong was raised in the Bay Area and  graduated from The  School of the  Art Institute of Chicago in 2013. Wong's work presents encapsulated moments that portray everyday settings, often subjects and scenes that comprise seemingly accidental circumstances of daily life. His paintings display a focused lens on the intimate and familiar, reserving care for personal narratives' sentimental, melancholic, and quieter experiences. By exacting a deliberate and measured flatness that levels the attention between the primary subject and contextual elements, Wong explores the subtleties of the ordinary, overlooked, and often missed.