Jing Fu was born in Shanghai, China. She began learning art at a very young age. Discouraged by the inequities of her homeland art world, she gave up her art career and worked as a fashion designer for many years. After she moved to Canada and rekindled her early interest in fine art.
During her many years of art practice, Jing learned that traditional Chinese painting seldom follows scientific perspective or provides realistic portrayals, but rather gives the artist the freedom to follow subjective feelings. Her most recent works echo the natural world within the framework of peace and harmony. She approaches each work by blending the lifelike and the unlike, which reflects her love of the nature, which she often explores and photographs. She tries to use her own language, derived from her training in traditional Western painting as well as Chinese ink painting, to create a space that is an artistic conception based in nature.
Since 2002, Jing has attended many group and solo shows with galleries and museums. There are numerous private collectors across the United States and Canada. Her trees roots, sculpture which are based on traditional western and eastern art techniques, have rapidly earned a growing body of fans.