I think a lot of you can agree that one of the best periods for art and sculpture in history was definitely the Renaissance. They just captured everything that was right about humans, and this Chinese sculptor and artist is using these old techinques in modern times, and the results are incredible!
Chinese-born Luo Li Rong is an artist that specializes in large scale bronze sculptures of women, as we mentioned before, inspired by the Renaissance and Baroque. Most of the Belgium-based artist’s sculptures are in motion and are made to look like there’s a fluttering breeze beside them, and the attention to detail in each and every one of them is beyond excessive. Rong has been sculpting for a big part of her life, as she studied at the Beijing Academy of Fine Arts under the watchful eye of sculptor Wang Du.
I think it’s safe to say that we are completely blown away by her work, and we think you’ll be too, after checking out some of the highlights from her work portfolio:
1. She takes time to make these pieces and it shows
2. Look how… lifelike this face is!
3. A proud artist sitting beside her work
4. Some truly amazing work done here
She makes it look easy!
5. In motion
6. It’s all one seamless sculpture
7. Alright, enough of my unintellectual comments
Enjoy the rest of the gallery and let us know what you think in the comments!