Photo Feature: Li Volk

Li Volk

Li Volk (born 1969) is a representational portrait artist from Wuhan, China with a strong background in marketing and global relationships. Her art journey started at the prestigious academy of master artist Charles Miano in 2016. As a full time apprentice she received rigorous academic training in drawing and painting in the traditions of the old masters. Li’s portrait works express a strong sensibility and inner beauty that is beyond capturing the subject’s likeness. 

Follow Li Volk on IG: @livolkart

Follow Li Volk on FB: Li Jian Volk


Navigating the Change has partnered with photographer, Sorcha Augustine to curate images of women who are thirty-five or older being their full selves.

Sorcha Augustine is a dance and theatre photographer from Sarasota, Florida. She creates dynamic stage and promotional photography for performing arts organizations, as well as authentic portraiture of performing and visual artists, helping them communicate their skill, personality, and passion to their audiences.

Follow Sorcha on IG: @sorcha_augustine

Book Sorcha for your photos: https://sorchaaugustine.com/


Do you want to partner with Navigating the Change to curate photos of women who are thirty-five years or older? Submit your idea below:

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