After a master’s degree in landscape planning and design from China Forestry University, she worked in the China Academy of Landscape Planning and Design. She moved to the United States in 1988 and has been engaged in pottery and bronze sculpture work for over two decades. Learning from workshops and taking classes in colleges, also Learning from world-class sculptors like John Soderberg. Her works are exhibited and sold in 9 galleries located in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, and Oregon. She participates in local art festivals and exhibitions every year with many of her works being collected by art collectors. She has won many awards, from people’s choice to first and second prizes, she has also had articles and works have been published in newspapers and magazines over the years. In 2016, at the invitation of the 80th class of Beijing Normal University Experimental Middle School, she created a commemorative sculpture of Mr. Liu Chao-chen dedicated to the school’s centennial anniversary. In 2017, when she returned to China, she was invited by Dr. Yu Kong-Jian, an academician of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, as the artistic director of the Turenscape Acadamy. During this period, an art study tour was held, and the organization participated in the preparation of international art festivals and music festivals. The Turenscape Academy established ‘Liu Ying Pottery Studio’. In addition to teaching in the studio, she took an apprentice under her wing and trained her to continue the studio’s mission when she went back to the United States. For the last two years, she has been engaged in oil painting. The works are derived from what I see, I feel, and I think as I travel around the world. Express and convey my emotion in my painting. I love to travel. So far, I’ve had the privilege to visit all seven continents and over 60 countries. One of my favorite countries is Mexico. Moved by the beauty of this country and the kindness and simplicity of the people, I just have to paint them. I especially like that they love life and music. Almost everyone can sing and dance. I went to Mazatlan for vacation many times over the last 20 years. Last year I finally chose this beautiful city as my second home. I now have lived there for most of the past six months, completing twenty-five oil paintings based on local landscape and people.