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Lyumeili, a Yilan native born in 1965, is a woman sculptor renowned for her sculptures hand crafted with a unique technique from wood. She started learning sculpting in 1989 at Taiwan Art Museum where she had her first contact with fine wood sculpture and that later initiated her love in the field of fine carving.

Due to her indulgence in wood sculpting, her works well combine a unique touch of distinction and exclusivity and women’s inner beauty to capture the mind and free the imagination. Her works also reveal a great enthusiasm for life and that provoke interaction with the viewer.

Lyumeili made spectacular use of wood and has won a number of awards for her sculpture. Her talent was commonly recognized and the first fine sculpture museum in Lanyang was established to exhibit her wood, metal, and glass works. The themes of the exhibition include “Orchid”, “Homeland”, and “Buddha”. Refreshments are also served in the museum to make the visitors feel like home.


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  • NewYorkToAsia

    New York City, New York

    Beautiful Store in the countryside

    5 2020-02

    After taking a hot spring, we decided to walk to Mary Leu’s and was fairly long walk. Fortunately, the trip was worth it. She has a fine gallery and a great next to it with beautiful crafts to sell.
  • USA_mommy

    Taichung, Taiwan

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    5 2018-02

    The wood carvings by Ms Leu are amazing. My whole family had a great time seeing her works. The poems which accompany the works are nice too. She is so talented and should be more well-known ! We also enjoyed the tea and the gift shop. Much more than we expected.
  • tagohHS

    Singapore, Singapore

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    Art pieces are stunning

    5 2017-12

    Admission tickets at TWD200 but you will get to redeem a drink at the end of your visit. This is worth visiting as her art pieces are extremely beautiful. Be it using wood or cooper to craving the masterpieces. Bought some wood “peanut” at TWD50 as souvenirs for family and friends. Recommended to all.
  • Keerthana R

    Chennai (Madras), India

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    Friends getaway

    Intricate designs

    4 2017-04

    Works of Mary Leu are simply stunning - intricate and inspired by nature. The ones made of boxwood were too good. The artwork of clothes are too real to believe they are made of wood.
  • markmd

    Walnut Creek, California

    Wonderful art

    5 2016-11

    My wife and I are particularly fond of the type of carving done in a variety of media exemplified by this artist with whose art we were not at all familiar. The delicacy of the individual pieces makes this an especially delightful attraction.

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