A Natural Born Artist

Martinez, Rafael
January 2004
Art & Antiques;Jan2004, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p38
Many connoisseurs believe that true artists are born with the ability to integrate multiple art theories and principles. Artists such as Leonardo Da Vinci and Buonarroti Michelangelo were prime examples in the history of art. Peter Li is a painter, sculptor, fashion designer, graphic artist, jewelry maker and Chinese antiques specialist, as well as a philosopher. He is a Renaissance who has demonstrated the vision and capacity to bring his creations to life.


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