Luo Li Rong
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Luo Li Rong (1980-) is a renowned Chinese artist and sculptor who creates incredibly realistic sculptures, primarily in bronze. She was born in 1980 in China, where she entered the Changsha Academy of Arts in Changsha, Hunan and studied with Xiao Xiao Qiu in 1998. Following her studies at the Changsha Academy, she attended the CAFA (Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China) from 2000 to 2005, where she studied sculpture under the tutelage of Sun Jia Bo and graduated with honors.
In 2005 Rong traveled to France and in 2006, she and her husband moved to Belgium, where they lived until 2017 and in 2018, Rong opened the Luo Li Rong Foundry in Bologna, Italy where she is currently living.
While at the CAFA, Rong made significant contributions to multiple public sculpting projects. One of her most notable works was a sculpture installed in 2003 in Da Lian Park for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. After graduating from the CAFA, Rong traveled to France before settling down with her husband in Belgium until 2017. In 2018, Rong opened the Luo Li Rong Foundry in Bologna, Italy which has become her home since then.
Rong is highly respected and admired for her work and her sculptures have been featured in many exhibitions worldwide. She has been praised for her ability to capture a sense of realism and emotion that makes her sculptures stand out from other artists’ works. Her artistry has earned her worldwide recognition and admiration from art lovers around the world.