Taiwan / Male
2012 The Gleaners, a book of Ching-Yun Liao’s creation2012 Chorale 70: Solo Exhibition of Ching-Yun Liao’s creation
His early works were mostly in realistic style under the influence of his art education from school. While being an art teacher in both junior and senior high schools, he mainly worked on bronze sculptures in a figurative style shifting to abstract.When he moved to Hualien, he started to work on stone sculptures along with the Hualien International Stone Sculpture Festival and created several monumental public art works that were then placed in such public places as gardens, schools, streets, recreation areas in Hualien and Taitung Counties. His art works were collected by art museums and bureaus of cultural affairs. Also, he has acted as a judge for competitions of arts in Hualien and devoted himself to the development of local culture and art.He has been working on iron sculpture and welding lately and has made a series of both figurative and abstract works. In addition, he is so appealed to photography that he has taken a lot of photos with the theme of natural landscape. He is still trying to mingle photography skills with his own creation and wishes to stimulate various layers in thinking through different fields. He wants to enhance his free ideas of doing art for art while enjoying the fun from the challenges in life and the pursuit of himself.