Zhang Yinshi, born in 1960 in Jinan, Shandong Province, is a member of Shandong Calligrapher's Association. He was born into a family of calligraphers. He was deeply influenced by his family since he was a child. He studied calligraphy and kept his pen. He studied Wang Xizhi, Zhiyong, Taishan stone carving, Zhang Qian, Huashan, Shimen song and other inscriptions. He loved seal script.
He has learned from others' strengths and innovated in ancient times. He adheres to the combination of excellent tradition and innovation. His calligraphy is thick, steady, unrestrained and elegant. He has received the guidance and approval of his predecessors such as Jiang Weisong and Wei Qihou. Especially for Xiaozhuan, in recent years, he has successively created the long volume of seventy-two masters, the long volume of Mao Zedong's poetry, the long volume of Xin Qiji's poetry, the long volume of Li Qingzhao's poetry, and the long volume of the Diamond Sutra. "The Analects of Confucius" album, the "Tao Te Jing" album, the "King Kong Jing" album, the "pharmacist Jing" album, the "Di Zi Gui" scroll, the "preface to Tengwang Pavilion" scroll, etc.
His works have been selected to participate in the national and provincial calligraphy exhibitions and won many awards, including the second prize in the 2010 national private enterprise calligraphy competition. In 2011, Lanting cup national calligraphy and painting photography exhibition won the gold medal. In 2011, Poyang Lake Cup won the first prize in the 7th Nanchang literature and art competition. In 2011, China young calligraphers and Painters Association won the first prize in the first art and calligraphy competition of China's famous historical and cultural city. He also published a collection of Zhang Yinshi's calligraphy works.