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Earth Passage

Vitality of GrowthVitality of Growth

Vitality of Growth

Wang Fu-chang , 1996

This work is a reflection of nature. It directly conveys the simplicity and firmness of earth. The space in the middle and the elegant, vibrant curves symbolize the birthplace of all life.

The Spring of ClownThe Spring of Clown

The Spring of Clown

Huang Chia-hui , 1996

This work is based on the idea of a clown. It features semi-abstract form and a special finish that accentuates its essence. For the finish, the artist combined clay and slip to precisely create color and texture for the work.

Compilation of NatureCompilation of Nature

Compilation of Nature

Kyoko Tokumaru , 2012

This work was inspired by the earth. It was borne of an immense surge of power and a strong will to materialize on this land, under the clear, vast sky.。

Primitive Formation: The Spiral of  Spring SnowPrimitive Formation: The Spiral of Spring Snow

Primitive Formation: The Spiral of Spring Snow

Satoru Hoshino , 2009

Clay is the essence of this work, with trivial ideas stripped away. Clay here serves as an advocate for nature, infusing life and energy into a body that has not been simplified into a symbol.

Permanent StrengthPermanent Strength

Permanent Strength

Hsu Wei-pin , 1996 This work is in an abstract or semi-abstract form, creating an impression of struggle or heroism. It comments on the social and political landscape in 1990s Taiwan, after martial law had been lifted.

Touch and ShadowTouch and Shadow

Touch and Shadow

Siraj Saxena , 2011

The elements in this work came from Indian culture and landscape, including Ganesha, temples, and hills. Repetitive patterns common on Indian household items are used here to create a kind of repetitive beauty.

A Petit Red FlowerA Petit Red Flower

A Petit Red Flower

Yeh Yi-li , 2002

This work is a bright red mass in a shape that half-resembles a flower, standing among flowers.