There are many sculptures created by world famous artists especially for the Moon Lake Sculpture Park. Among them are sculptures by Ju Ming. Ju Ming is a Taiwanese sculpture whose work can be spotted all over the world and one of my favorites in the park.
Please click on the first photo to start the gallery. I’ve added the artist information and noted description by each artist.
Sculptures by Ju Ming, Taiwan. The Living World Arena
Each character created has a different role in life.
Of all the pieces, this is my favorite.
This is a great little park to get-away to. I can envision spending a hot summer day in this park. Splashing in the water and cooling off in the shade, all while taking in the surrounding art culture. There is a museum, Yue Hu Museum of Art, that is also worth visiting.
Gone With The Wind 2 by Shu Xingchuan, China. – The work expresses a feeling of nostalgia for ancient oriental culture. When I am in the occasion of meditation, the door is opened by the wind silently, a leaf gently drifting away; I feel I am going back to “yesterday:, floating into the home of the human.
The Walking Mountains by Alfonso Diaz Uribe, France. The walking lmountains is a modular sculpture forming an allegory of the people of the region of Panama canal and their historic moving of mountains in its creation.
Banquet by Allen Jones, UK. These figures in red dresses are setting off to a banquet. They appear to float against the backdrop of the sky. The inspiration for the work is calligraphy, forming an abstracted silhouette against the sky.
The Tree House
Dance Wildly by Ito Takamichi, Japan. The two spirals in the same ring rotate up and down. The light draing energy from the sun is wavering and dancing. The curve depicts the trajectory of the light.
Curve of Wind by Ito Takamichi, Japan. The invisible and intangible wind is visualized in the sculpture. Get in and look up, the mirror-polished stainless steel, like the wind, flows into the blue sky.
Reflection Forest by Ito Takamichi, Japan. This is an interactive work. The surrounding landscape is reflected in the slender mirrors. By rotating the pillars by hand, the scene is destroyed and restructured. The sun is projected on the ground through the reflection, vibrant and cheerful.
Guilin ’98 by Sakai Shinji, Japan. The artist reflects on the cycle of nature, it’s production its seasons and years, expressed in sculpture, to convey the deep emotions to the mother earth.
Fuwa Fuwa Dome –
Fuwa Fuwa Dome
Notable: This is the cave to the restrooms, the CLEANEST public outdoor restroom we have visited.
Our final stop was Yue Shan Hai, a great restaurant on the water with great views. The girls were tired and ready to call it a day.