Born in Beijing, China, Wenli’s interest in drawing started to show in her early childhood and has become her focus ever since. She graduated from the Beijing University of Civil Engineering and Architecture in the 90s, and following her passion for literature and arts, worked as a journalist/editor for many years. In 1998, she started studying at the San Francisco Academy of Art University, majoring in Graphic design.
After a few years working as a graphic designer, she had a chance to live and travel to many places in Asia, America, and Europe, experiencing and studying both eastern and western culture and history. She finally dedicated herself to fine arts, becoming a full-time professional artist in 2006. Her work includes abstract and figurative paintings.
My work includes abstracts of varying emotional pull, from mellow and flowing to dark and intense. I make effort on leaving the viewer peering in deeper as if to capture the emotion and hold it. My most recent works also include figurative paintings that try to transport my art viewer to another realm. I work on making my subjects ethereal in their beauty and femininity. And it comes through in the personalities of the subjects, each holding a piece of the serenity found within my soul.