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      时间:2017-07-10 来源:英语广场

        【Abstract】Like many traditional arts, Clay sculpture is faced with difficulties in this new era, it is far from being enough to just have one cavity warm blood, without market, the inheritance and protection of culture will never happen.
        【Key words】clay sculpture change inheritance and protection
        Hu Pengfei, a post-80s, left Fengxiang, Shannxi province for Beijing in 2000. Fengxiang Clay Sculpture, Clay Figurine Zhang(Tianjin) and Huishan Clay Sculpture(Wuxi, Jiangsu) are regarded as the three main schools of Chinese Clay Sculpture. Before coming to Beijing, Hu Pengfei was determined to earn a living with his craftsmanship on clay sculpture.
        All things on earth come from clay. And there is a Chinese fairy tale about Nv wa, a goddess who created human beings with clay, which establishes close contacts between Chinese people and clay. Purely loving clay sculpture, Hu Pengfei still remembered the description about the creator of Clay Figurine Zhang: when he makes clay figurines, he just sits there, talking and smiling, with his figurine finished in a moment. Besides, he can hold the clay in his sleeves and silently makes his lifelike figurines.
        However, as Hu came to Beijing, he discovered that things were different. “Beijing is filled with all kinds of high-end and classy things. Therefore, in terms of raw material, clay sculptures have neither economic value nor collecting value. ” says Hu Pengfei to Oriental Outlook as he recalled his confusion at the beginning.
        Now, Hu wraps clay sculpture in a stylish way and promotes the industrialization development of this traditional handicraft. As a result, the annual sales volume of his products amounts to 2 million yuan.
        Like many traditional arts, Clay sculpture is faced with difficulties in this new era. There are many craftsmen like Hu Pengfei and they all,, in their own way, bring new life to this ancient art.
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        Inside a small yard in Tongshou, Beijing, Hu Pengfei is busy in instructing several workers to make the face of the Rabbit Master, a clay figure for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Each year, when Chinese Traditional Festivals, especially the Mid-Autumn Festival, are approaching, he will be extremely busy.
        As the founder of a clay sculpture workshop called Lucky Rabbit, Hu told us that Rabbit Master was a famous toy for Chinese traditional festivals in Beijing. As a colored clay-made sculpture with a rabbit’s head and a human’s body, it goes to the market in large amounts before every Mid-Autumn Festival.