Sugar Painting Traditional Chinese Folk Art

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Sugar painting is totally different from other art forms. Compared with oil painting, the folk artists don’t use brushes, oil colors and canvas to create paintings. Instead, they use a bronze ladle and syrup to paint on a small marble table. When the painting is done, the artist puts a bamboo prod on the painting and then uses a bronze spade to separate the painting from the marble table.

The experienced folk artists have many materials for sugar paintings. The twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac, Monkey King, heroes and heroines of ancient mythology and other kinds of animals can be easily represented in the form of sugar painting.

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