International artist Flo Li brings a synthesis of mind, spirit, mathematics and fractal imagery to Seidl Studios in West St. Paul. Along with the prints her book “Microscopic Expressions of Spirituality” is also available, including a limited 1,000 signed and dated copies. It consists of 50 images.
Li is coming from a successful exhibition at the Generic Gallery in San Diego. Li also has exhibitions scheduled around the Unites States, China and France.
Her fractal imagery conveys the depth of her desire to experience the marriage of science and spirituality. Asked what is her relation of mind, spirit and mathematical equation was in her work, she replied, “It’s my consciousness.”
Li was born and raised at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in China. She moved to the U.S. when she was 12. She since has acquired MS and MBA degrees, and has since become an artist, scientist, entrepreneur, speaker and author. She also practices and teaches aikido and practices yoga.
Li’s recent studies include East/West Philosophy and French. In 2009 she was invited to be a guest lecturer at The Xian Academy of Fine Arts. The Psychology of Artistic Expressions at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts.
Flo Li has a family history in the arts. Kong De Qing (Zhang Qing) is her Granduncle, an artist and philosopher and a previous president of Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, and founding chairman of Zi’an College. His work exists in Taoist temples and administration buildings throughout China. It is symbolic work at the base of the Himalaya Mountains.
Feng, Zhi-Fang, Flo Li’s Grandmother is a literary artist and was an accountant at Zi’an Academy of Fine Art. She also practices traditional Chinese watercolor painting. Now residing in Fresno California. You will find her practicing tai chi and artist expression daily.