Reproduktionen von kambodschanischen Bas-Reliefs

 

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Impressions of our Work

Discover here the work on our website, amazing-asian-art.com,
in the Product Categories Reliefs, Sculptures and Buddha are not yet to be found.

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Unique items

Because the working methods of production there is no 100% concordance between our objects.
There are always slight differences exist. However, these unique pieces are even further uniqueness.
They were created intentionally and unintentionally while trying out new techniques.
Should here have awakened something your particular interest, please contact us.

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Traditional Thai Painting

Tuanchai, 36 years old, from the Province Ayutthaya made his study of history of art in Bangkok.
He started his painting on Temlpe walls and on canvas now.

Oil on canvas 60 x 80 cm

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Thai Shadow Theatre

Prayut, 32 years old, from the Province Surat Thani was taught by his father.
All family members take part in the manufacture of the thai shadows.

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Traditional Thai wood carving

Impressiones of wood carving from Chiang Mai, the centre of wood manufacture.

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The craft of stonemasonry in Laos

The craft of shaping rough pieces of rock into accurate
geometrical shapes starts with blocks of stone an will be finished with sandpaper and water.

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Handmade paper in Laos

After sa, the bark of a kind of mulberry tree, is softened,
cooked and mashed, the flakes will be apply on sieves to get dry in the sun.

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Wood carvings in Laos

After the design was transferred to the wood surface, it starts out working
with the tools of the trade. Here it is a double-leaf entrance door to
a temple building.

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Dyeing cotton in Laos

Indigo blue dye is made from the leaves and shoots of the kharm plant,
which grows in many areas in Laos.
Making the dye is an art that involves fermentation of the kharm and
keeping the mixture in air-tight jars at the required temperature.

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Bronze Working in Thailand

Making bronze sculptures is a complicated process.
First a body of mortar has to created ,with wax the real motive has to shaped then,
it follows again an overlap with mortar. The mold is then heated and the wax flows out,
in the now resulting cavity, the bronze is poured.

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Marple works in Myanmar

From the rough stone to the finest detail, is drilled, sawn and ground. First, the body is worked out, then the face.

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Woodwork in Myanmar

Very amazing work from Mandalay, the Center of Craftsmanship in Myanmar.

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Works of bamboo in Myanmar

Bamboo is split and processed to mat and walls.

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Pottery in Myanmar

Pottering in a very traditional way with ground from the river and a binder.

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