Yi-Chun Pu stated that her grandfather Tian-Sheng Pu was a pioneer of realistic sculpture in Taiwan, and his father Hao-Ming Pu was a well-known sculptor as well. As the third generation of an artist family, Yi-Chun Pu grew up in a studio kneading clay. Under the influence of her grandfather and father, her sculptures developed from classical sculptures to her own unique contemporary characteristics. Her works are full of poetic and delicate literary atmosphere, and have been selected for the Paris Autumn Salon nine times. The slender human body is a meaningful symbol for the sculptor. It represents a situation of life and soul, exuding an inner charm that attracts philosophical thinking. Surface texture makes visual and tactile to provide richer connotations and associations. Although her sculptures have a heavy physical weight, it is transformed into light lines, which clearly reflect the essence of the soul in the light and weight. The profound and powerful sense of sculpture, the humanistic texture of different layers and textures, is a kind of life pursuit and interpretation, which is captured in the intuitive pure sensitive mind. Her work conveys the feeling of quiet and restrained energy.