Zhou Youlin

    Zhou Youlin, pen name Yiyuan, born in 1970, a native of Lingui District, Guangxi, a contemporary Chinese power painter, a member of the Guangxi Artists Association, a founder of the Zhoupai landscape painting, a wetland painter, and a member of the local CPPCC.
    Since childhood, he loves painting, is open-minded and eager to learn, has a long history, and has a variety of styles and self-contained. He mainly focuses on ice and snow, silk road desert, colorful ink and landscape, and creates grassland landscape paintings. He has edited many works such as "Collection of Guangxi Xilin Painting Institute", "Guangxi CPPCC Painting and Calligraphy Collection", "Guangxi Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Revolution of 1911", and collected it for many institutions, groups and collectors, and has been invited to participate in Japan. International painting exhibitions such as South Korea, and large-scale art exhibitions and charitable donations held by domestic party and government organs and organizations.
    In 2007, the work "Northland Snow Township" was donated to the Guilin Charity Association. In 2010, the work "Snow Ridge Cold Creek" won the silver medal in the seventh Korean, Chinese and Japanese Toyo Book and Entertaining Writers Exhibition in 2010. In 2011, the work "Silk Camel Bell" won the Excellence Award of the Calligraphy and Calligraphy Art Exhibition of the "ASEAN Business Exchange and Unity Cup" of the Guangxi Political Consultative Conference. In 2011, the work "The Beauty of Wetlands" was selected as the cultural relics and paintings of the 100th anniversary of the 1911 Revolution of the Guangxi Political Consultative Conference and the United Front Work Department of Guangxi.

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