The Sandy Japanese Culture

In my exhibition I have chosen the theme of sculptures, only the sculptures I have chosen are extremely different. I have selected 12 slides to present. I wanted to capture the art of the Asian culture as this Sand museum shows many beautiful religious temples. Hope you enjoy!

The first picture was chosen by myself because I want to capture the lifestyle of Asia. This picture shows a big rice field made of sand. The rice has water flowing above it. Asians redefined rice.
This image shows Shadow plays using marionettes. A form of entertainment and religion. They put a light source behind the puppets to create the images that the audience can see. They were Hindu ethics
The image shows the Hoi An which was a trading center in the 17th century. It was home to many Japanese settlers and traders. The center still stands today for public view and much more.
The Napa is a Hindu deity of protection of the palace. The head has snakes all over it. The snakes may mean fertility or a creative life source. Snakes have been have been used in the oldest rituals.
The Khmer empire would have these parades for their troops from the 9th to 15th century. This empire was a Hindu-Buddhist empire. The parades stopped due to the fall of Angkor.
This is the Angkor sight which is the largest religious monument in the world. One purpose was that the astronomer priest would use it to record the movements of the moon. It was built by their king.
Wat Xieng Thong temples were the most important in the country Laos. "Wat" means the temple of the golden city. It has been said that 2 hermits placed boundary stone for new settlement.
The woman you see are dancing for emperor. This is a form of entertainment and expression to the gods. They also can be prayers for good harvest.
This is a memorial of the first emperor of Qin. Named Qin Shi Huang. He adviced his empire to build a memorial for his men who were warriors. There are also horses placed here as well.
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