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Yu Qian cartoon scarecrow

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Yu Qian cartoon scarecrow

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  • Categories:Scenic Culture
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  • Time of issue:2019-10-24 11:20
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Yugan Cartoon Scarecrow Co., Ltd. is a traditional folk handicraft in China, with rich cultural heritage and cultural accumulation. Its value is not only tied to an economical and practical chain, but also has high aesthetic pleasure and appreciation functions. The charm of the straw is shining. It is a kind of handicraft weaving from wild resources such as pampas grass, corn bark, wheat stalks, tree stalks, etc. It is widely popular in our country. It is one of the treasures of Chinese folk history and culture. Lun Meiji, a multi-angled feast of feasting in the shape of rice grassland! .
 
According to experts' research, the source of the art of weaving should be traced back to the "note of knotting." "Rope" and "God" are homophonic. The ancestors used knots to send information to each other, express thoughts, and help memories. In the Warring States Period, there were copper kettles decorated with knots. People used the knots to avoid evil spirits in the Ming and Qing dynasties. Liang Wudi's poems also sang "Shuangqi belt around the waist, dreams are concentric knots".
 
In the people, laborers are closely combining good wishes with practical functions. Liu Bei has been engaged in simple weaving activities: "shoe weaving shoes". This is probably the actual function attached to Chang Bian's art. With the development of later weaving skills, a variety of patterns appeared. If you have heard of scarecrows, you will suddenly realize that the scarecrows are not a certain leather brand, but straw crafts. Different genres have been formed, which have become the symbol of Chinese culture. They have witnessed the history of the Chinese nation. The Buyi and Miao peoples under the Yunwu Mountains have mostly migrated from the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, such as Jiangxi and Fujian, to Guizhou Province, and gradually integrated into the local indigenous people. Prosper together. The ethnic minority population in Guiding County accounts for half. The profound cultural heritage of rice is a moderate breeding ground for the art of rice carving.
 
Indica straw handicrafts are mainly distributed and spread in Guiding County, Yunwu Town, Changming Town, Yanshan Town, Panjiang Town, Dexin Town, and Xinba Town in Wuyang Village, Liuji's Hometown, Wencheng County, Wenzhou City. Representatives of folk artists such as Jin Lianru and Luo Juzhen have passed on this technique to the 14th and 15th generations of children; the Buyi ethnic artist Luo Renpu skillfully combined the rice carving technique with peasant paintings and devoted himself to the village houses. Rural expressions are painted on the walls.
 
Indica straw crafts are a derivative of folk activities and were once active in important time nodes and ceremonies. The grass man, grass horse, grass boat, or on behalf of the gods, or the dead, or God. The Miao and Buyi compatriots pray for blessings in order to protect the heavens and protect the harvest and the wishes of the sky.
 
Straw is used to make utensils, which are made of "carving" and "weaving", which are imitated in wood and stone, and are "carved" and "braided" with straw. It is called "rice carving" for its fine work. In addition, the straw crafts are cut and crushed to a paper-like shape with a glutinous rice straw, and then carved into a pattern.
 
的 The rice carvings from Guiding folk are pure local arts. They are particularly close to the production and life of farmers, and have a strong applicability and entertaining ingredients. Such as straw shoes, straw ropes, straw hats, straw stools, straw mats, straw curtains, etc., are used throughout clothing, food, shelter, and transportation, turning decay into magic. Among them, the activity of dancing grass dragons is a legacy of memory from ancient times. For example, Taoist priests made straw boats to dispel evil and foulness; wizards "struck out the urns" to attract the gods to show their spirits with straw suits; Taoist Buddhism used grass futons carved from straw as kneeling pads for worshiping Buddha. Farmers inserted scarecrows in the fields to wear cloths and buckets to make simulation shows to repel birds to protect crops; Taoist wizards used grass-crowners to associate good and bad people; occasionally, they danced grass dragons to protect themselves from floods, and so on. In addition, grass-carved animals, grass-carved plants, and grass-carved figures are all carved according to molds.
 
Straw handicrafts are impromptu creations of the Miao and Buyi people in Guiding who are immersed in the joy of harvest after the autumn. The exhibition location of the works is flexible and casual. Place. Yu Qian Cartoon Scarecrow Co., Ltd. can be used by men, women and children alike.
 
Nowadays, straw crafts have evaporated from the original occasions, witch performers, and stepped into the homes of ordinary people, and become a fashionable art that people express their expressions and pursue happiness. The multi-themed straw shape presents a magnificent feast of multi-dimensional and three-dimensional stereotyped rice grassland.
 
Straw handicraft is a kind of cultural memory inherited from folk, and it is a "rice dream space" with mysterious color. In the early days, rural farmers used straw materials to compile various production supplies, utensils, and props. In the later stage, the rice agricultural landscape constructed by handicrafts was deduced, so that the "rice" of crops could be imagined from seedlings, rice, husks, rice, and straw. Sexual growth and ecological extension.
 
Nuo witch culture is extremely popular among Guiding Miao and Buyi people. Its activities not only carried many ancient memories of the ethnic group, but also the diachronic coordinates of the origin and inheritance of the rice carving art.

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