Wang Zhenfeng (1938——) is a sculptor and traditional Chinese painter from Laiyang, Shandong. He graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1964. He was a senior industrial artist at the China Mint, a member of the Chinese Artists Association, and a professor at the Jining Institute of Chinese Ethnic Arts. . Design and engraving of commemorative coins: Olympic gold and silver coins are the first commemorative coins issued by China to the outside world. The engraving of the "Zhou Enlai" commemorative medal was approved by Ms. Deng Yingchao herself.
Representative works include "Leap", "Going to the World", "Up to the Sky" and "Leap". Campus works include "Reading", "Practice" and "Candle". Large-scale wall sculpture "Dancing upon hearing the chicken" at the Shanghai Martial Arts Hall. The large-scale stainless steel abstract sculptures "Birds" and "Flower Scent" beside the Nanpu Bridge in Shanghai are among the works.
My mentor is "full of knowledge, like a living dictionary." His disciples are all over the world. Some are experts and scholars with expertise, and some are painters and sculptors. He often taught me that "the fists must never be missing from the hands and the music must never be missing from the mouth" (only through diligent practice can one become proficient in martial arts or art), his sculptures left a precious spiritual legacy for future generations.