Luo Li Rong (Chinese: 罗丽蓉; pinyin: Luó Lì Róng) is a Chinese artist and sculptor who creates realistic sculptures, primarily in bronze.
At the age of 18 (1998) Luo Li Rong attends the Changsha Academy of Arts (Hunan-China). At the age of 20, she joined for 5 years the CAFA (Beijing) in the department of Sui Jiang Guo, studying ceramics with Lu Pin Chang and sculpture with Sun Jia Bo. During this period, she participated in multiple public sculpting projects, most notably for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, installed in Da Lian Park from 2003.
Now living in Europe, she has seen since 2014 a rising recognition and appreciation of her art from international galleries and collectors.
Luo Li Rong’s sculptures in their entirety are part of contemporary Chinese culture while offering a subtle and relevant understanding of the West. Luo Li Rong is one of those rare artists who have benefited from rigorous teaching from demanding masters. Masters who today continue to follow attentively the path of their student.