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Helen Betts | all galleries >> Rediscovering Home >> Rediscovering Home: Washington, D.C. >> The Fantastical DC Sculptures of Hung Yi > Slightly different perspective of 'Yellow Ox'
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Slightly different perspective of 'Yellow Ox'

“Yellow Ox,” the last Hung Yi sculpture we found, was located on the grounds of the Twin Oaks Estate, owned by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office and which used to be the residence of the Taiwanese ambassador to the US, when we still considered Taiwan an independent country.

I know this is pretty similar to the first one I posted, but I was desperately trying to get a different perspective through all the obstacles, and I liked the sculpture too much to leave it out. At least it shows more of his head and body ;-).

‘Yellow Ox,’ posted earlier:

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Julie Oldfield19-Jun-2017 02:13
The composition is beautiful. V
Ton T.18-Jun-2017 12:16
Stunning! V
Buz Kiefer17-Jun-2017 16:11
Very colorful piece and a delightful bit of whimsy. V
larose forest photos16-Jun-2017 01:13
I think this is just so beautiful! Excellent work. V
MarcViskens15-Jun-2017 21:15
Very pretty Helen
Jim Coffman15-Jun-2017 20:04
That is soooo cool!! Great image, Helen!!
janescottcumming15-Jun-2017 19:41
What a great looking sculpture. I wonder how long each one of these took to make. V
Tom Munson15-Jun-2017 19:28
Cool shot, Helen. These are fun.
Colin Storey15-Jun-2017 19:28
Looks great from this angle as well, a wonderful image.
Patrick Goossens15-Jun-2017 19:24
Must be looking good at night too with the spots on
exzim15-Jun-2017 18:40
That's a great reshoot, not better but very different
joseantonio15-Jun-2017 18:26
seems to be looking for some shade.V
Nirvan Hope15-Jun-2017 17:23
Your showing of these fantastical creatures has been marvelous - mythical beings in unexpected places.