Hualien Stone Sculpture Museum

Riding the Wind up to the Sky
150*80*200

Riding the Wind up to the Sky
The inspiration of the stonework comes from the strong air current caused by circular saw blade under high speed operation in the stone factory. The artist transforms the image into the idea of molding. He fancies that he is an eagle riding the whirlwind to fly higher and higher up to the sky, and turns the heroic posture into the stonework. The body of the stone eagle is carved with concise curves and the opening wing displays the strong feather flying into the blue sky which symbolizes and metaphorizes that a man with ambitious ideal and goal finally extends his stage and exhibits his talents like the eagle opens its wings to fly into the wide sky.
  • Administration: Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau   Keep
  • Location:Angel Square
  • GIS:23.9751,121.59936