Posted by: janeingramallen | April 28, 2016

More photos of 2016 Artworks in Progress at Cheng Long Wetlands, Yunlin County, Taiwan

Amar and crew by big machine for installing IMG_618364 Amar and people carrying big container IMG_573524 amar chris fitting two containers together IMG_600054 amar containers before moving IMG_55611 Amar machine carrying 3rd container IMG_611960 Amar machine lifting big container IMG_588439 amar with maching lifting to fit 2 parts together IMG_598251

Here are a few more photos to show you how the artworks are progressing. Everyone is working hard to get the works finished and clean up around the working areas for our official opening ceremony and press conference tour of the artworks tomorrow morning, Friday, April 29 at 10 AM.














chris monster with teeth by road IMG_55713 chris tying on roof IMG_564015 chris water coming from spout IMG_565017 chris water spout dragon close IMG_565518 Claudia flowers at sunset IMG_623270 claudia in water with flowers installed IMG_562311 Elena before finish IMG_55632 Elena's friend Giorgio helping IMG_567420 justin puts in anchor poles IMG_570722 justin rafts before finish IMG_55734 justin rafts getting roofs IMG_562912 villager putting in signs IMG_622169 villager's group on bench IMG_621167


































The next Blog post will show the opening weekend activities and feature photos of all 6 artworks completely finished and presented to the public on April 30 and May 1 in Cheng Long Wetlands, Kohu Township, Dunlin County, Taiwan. The public is invited to come view the artworks and talk to the artists and join in some DIY activities from 2:30 to 5:30 Saturday afternoon and again on Sunday May 1 from 9:30 to 11:30 and from 2:30 to 5:30 Sunday afternoon. The artists will all leave Cheng Long village on Monday, May 2 after saying goodbye to the children at Cheng Long Elementary School.

Thank you to all the artists and the volunteers for such hard work to make these artworks. It is great to see them all almost finished! This art project is curated by Jane Ingram Allen, and it is part of the ongoing environmental education program of the Kuan Shu Environmental Education Foundation in Cheng Long village and Cheng Long Elementary School.





Photos on this Blog are by Timothy S. Allen (

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