Zhou Le, a mother of three young children, discovered her passion for art as a result of her maternal responsibilities. Having previously worked in mass media, she has since shifted her focus to art, particularly nature and floral painting. While she modestly explores portrait art, her primary goal is to be a model of creativity and expression for her children, believing that art fosters love and appreciation for life.
Her artistic inspiration comes from a diverse range of sources, including the free and spirited work of Mr. Doodle and the hyperrealism of artists like Raphel. These two artistic extremes keep her curious and engaged, constantly exploring new horizons.
Zhou Le dedicates her evenings to painting after her children have gone to sleep, using it as a form of stress relief and personal therapy. She relishes the self-indulgence and is grateful for the learning opportunities it brings into her life.
Birds of Paradise
Oil on Canvas
60 X42 cm