Art Installation by Jane Ingram AllenTaiwan Lantern Festival, Chiayi, Taiwan, 2005
Category: Festivals and Flea Markets, Jane Ingram Allen Projects, Street Photography Tagged: Chiayi, children, Chinese New Year, Fulbright Scholar, Jane Ingram Allen, lantern, papermaking, Photography, Railroad Art Center, residency, Taiwan, Timothy S. Allen, Weekly Photo Challenge
Beautiful shot, Timothy! Thank you!
This is lovely
Thank you. They are sisters and they are their parents were quite active for this project. My wife Jane Ingram Allen was the artist in residence at the Chiayi Railroad Art Center. This was one of fifteen residencies that she and I went to while on his second year long Fulbright Research grant. If you would like to know more of what she is doing now, please look at http://janeingramallen.wordpress.com
Just had a quick look. Great residency. I lived in China but never made it to Taiwan. Thanks for the link. Will check out more.
Thank you. We’ve visited China a couple of times but never had the desire to live there. Taiwan is much freer.
Indeed it is. An amazing experience to live and work in China, to see and feel what life is like there, to visit amazing places and see extraordinary sights… But not a regime you ‘d choose for sure.
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