Zhou Bin is good at using his solid traditional classical oil painting techniques to express images that are contemporary, trendy, academically profound, and meet the needs of modern aesthetics and are ornamental. While studying in Europe, he gradually established his own painting language and habits by copying and studying a large number of classic works by master’s from the Renaissance to modern neoclassicism. Zhou Bin’s works usually revolve around the “expressions” of characters. The paintings are relatively independent but are inextricably linked to each other. The various characters in Zhou Bin’s paintings convey the author’s unique thoughts and sense of humor, guiding the audience to enter their spiritual world with curiosity and find their own answers.