Ying-Chang Lu was born in Taipei and studied at the Nuova Accademia Di Belle Arti in Milan, Italy. This experience became an important creative nutrient for him in his future.
In 2009, he won the individual award of "Geisai Taiwan"-Takashi Murakami. In 2011, Yingying Lu began to use his family's life experience as inspiration for his artworks. Metaphors are used throughout his paintings using mythical story-like images. He creates gardens, arks, wishing pools, and "figure outline" portraits. He also uses plane painting, three-dimensional, composite media and other creative methods.
His works have been exhibited in Shanghai, Hong Kong, South Korea, Moscow, and Taipei. He looks forward to bringing beauty and warmth to the world through the art
"Taking my own life experience with that of my family as an inspiration for my creation. I use my family and the things around me to play the role of metaphor in my paintings. It is through the mythical images that I explain my philosophy of life. I hide..."