Sanyang Kaitai Cloth Stacking Painting
The name of this piece of cloth stacking painting is "Three Sheepsai." This is a typical example of the animals in Northern Shaanxi folk art. The animals in the works are sheep, symbolizing the flourishing prosperity and the vivid meaning of renewing Vientiane.
Cloth stacking painting has a history of more than 1,000 years, with coarse cloth as raw material, with bagged dye directly dyed into various colors, cut and made by folk artists. The contents of the cloth paintings include folk tales, dramatic figures, folk life, animals, flowers and all kinds of auspicious patterns. In pursuit of calm and intense colors, they open up new ideas in rich and exaggerated images and are rich in local features. With the development of China's "The Belt and Road", more and more cloth stickers will also showcase their unique charm in art and cultural world art.
This Chinese peasant cloth stacking painting is designed by Guo Rulin, a master of arts and crafts in Shaanxi Province. It is made by a master of traditional handcraft for decades. The materials used are environmentally friendly materials, works can be used for cultural exhibitions, home decoration, office decoration, school decoration, hotel decoration, holiday gifts and other uses.