World’s Greatest Artists speak the same language irrespective of where they come from. They speak the same language, from different platforms, from different planes of reference, but share the same message.
Luo Li Rong, born in 1980, lives and work in Brussels Belgium. Graduated in 2005 with congratulations from Beijing Central Academy of Fine Art (CAFA) (SUI Jian Guo’s sculpture department). Rong now works in a sculpture school she created in Brussels and teaches there.
Chinese artist Luo Li Rong creates life-size bronze sculptures of women inspired by Renaissance and Baroque sculpting techniques.
Those figures are usually captured in motion, often with their dresses or garments seemingly
fluttering in the breeze around them, and the artist’s painstaking attention to detail ensures that every crease and fold is precisely where it should be.
Rong has been sculpting for much of her life. Having studied at Beijing’s Academy of Fine Arts under the guidance of sculptor Wang Du, She later turned her attention to sculpting techniques used by European artists in the Renaissance and Baroque periods, something that seems to define much of her contemporary work. (Via Internet )
Kobe Williams: A Rare Talent on The Rise
Kobe Williams hails from the South West region of Cameroon precisely from the Tombel community of Ndom. Born on the 13th September 1990, he obtained his GCE A levels in 2011. He enrolled into the University of Douala for a bachelor programme which he abandoned. His love for arts was taken to a whole new level in 2014 and since then he has been doing good for himself. His recent breakthroughs sterns from the use of chalk and household items to create formidable images. Being a promising talent, he has quickly understood that to be unique one needs to create art in a whole new level.
Below a few sample of his work. He speaks the language of talent.