About the artist...
Enyou is a Shanghai-born American artist, known for painting the chi, or the living energy, of
professional athletes. Enyou first took college art courses at Kean University when he was
thirteen years of age. At eighteen, he had earned a full scholarship to Hartford Art School, where
he was permitted to waive his freshman foundation classes and proceed directly to upper level
classes. By sophomore year, Enyou was illustrating professionally for The Newark Star Ledger,
New Jersey’s largest newspaper.
Enyou’s works have been exhibited in major national and international publications, institutions,
galleries, and museums. Many of his pieces belong to the collections of notable institutions,
including the Muhammad Ali Center. Enyou’s work was recently featured on HBO’s
In addition to 2013 WWE Hall of Fame inductee Bruno Sammartino, Enyou is also working with
the Washington Capitals and 2013 NHL MVP Alexander Ovechkin.
Enyou strongly relates to this Bible verse: 1 Peter 4:10- Each one should use whatever gift he
has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.
Contact Enyou for his full catalogue at email@example.com
Muhammad Ali and Enyou
|Enyou's portrait of
Namath, on his wall in
the HBO documentary.
|Enyou's latest venture, working with
the Washington Capitals and their MVP
Another recent client, Robinson Cano
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