Artist Creates Realistic Life-Sized Female Sculptures Inspired By The Graceful Beauty Of Renaissance Art
Luo Li Rong is a Chinese artist who lives in Belgium for several years now. At a very young age she began sculpting and she studied art at the prestigious Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing. When she graduated, she was honored and became a member of the workshop of the master Sun Jiabao. There she immersed herself in classical figurative sculpture. The goal was to be one in spirit with the model.
After her training she received many commissions and worked on projects and sculptures in public, including the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
In Belgium she remains true to her principles. She is continues with her work and concentrates on the techniques of the sculptors of Europe from the Renaissance, Baroque and other periods. Her sculptures dazzle the viewer with their beauty, craftsmanship and above all femininity.
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