Sponsored by the Zhejiang Provincial Internet Information Office and the Provincial Journalists Association, and undertaken by the Provincial New Media Professional Committee, the provincial new media’s "A New Journey of Eight-Eight Strategy" interview team came to me. Pavilion visit stepping point.
It is reported that the interview team came from more than 60 new media reporters from the central news agency in Zhejiang and from various news agencies across the province. They were divided into three groups and selected typical regions and industries that "gave advantages and make up for shortcomings" throughout the province. , Various media sent reporters to conduct in-depth interviews on the front line to see the achievements of Zhejiang Province in implementing the "A New Journey of Eight-Eight Strategy".
And the third group of interview team came to Qingtian, the second stop of the trip, to conduct field inspections and stepping points in our county to understand the Qingtian stone culture to prepare for the follow-up work.
The picture shows light jade in crabs
Entering the Oriental Treasure Hall, the first work that attracted everyone's attention was "light jade in crabs". The work used Qingtian plywood stone. The color of the stone is very close to the crab color, so the theme is river crab. Use realistic techniques to sculpt the crab cover, crab legs, and the crab belly and navel are slightly yellow. One of the crabs stretched out two large pincers forward, with two claws like halberds, which made people afraid to reach out. There is a white splint stone on the double clamp branch, which can be described as ingenious. The claw hair of the old crab is carved out to make the crab extra lifelike and elegant.
Master Ni’s carving skills and his mastery of color have repeatedly praised journalists and friends. The lifelike works make people feel the nutrition and deliciousness of crabs, especially the two tender jade points in the claws are the finishing touch.
Here is a simulation of Ni Lao's work scene. Pieces of art works are born in this simple working environment. Deputy curator Hua explained to reporters the processing method and process of a stone sculpture from rough to finished product. The reporters took pictures and recorded them and listened carefully to the explanation.
In the simulation studio, Ni Lao's previous studio was displayed intact. Deputy curator Hua explained to reporters the processing method and process of a stone sculpture from rough to finished product. The reporters took pictures and recorded them and listened carefully to the explanation.