Group 3: Central Asian Arts and Crafts

Group 3: Central Asian Arts and Crafts


The Central Asian art is created by the largely Turkic peoples of modern countries such as Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Tajikistan. The arts are mainly influenced by Islamic art but the varied cultures were influenced by the art of China, Persia, from Iran, and Greece. hi everyone! so our topic for this lesson is… Kyrgyzstan Arts and Crafts. Let me start this off by saying that the arts and crafts of Kyrgyz people have progressed over the centuries. It was formed based on the needs of the people’s everyday life and the traveling way of life influenced it so. MUCH. kilala sila sa kanilang major forms of arts and crafts katulad nalang ng mga susunod: So the first one is Stone works The ancient stone sculptures near the Burana Tower ay matatagpuan sa kilalang Silk Road. The second one is Felt Art. These are traditional felt rugs (shyrdaks) in a Kyrgyz yurt. Number Three: Wood Carving. The Kyrgyz chess set is made of wood. The next one is Jewelry Making. Kyrgyz’s jewelry designs are usually shaded triangles, intersecting circles, zigzags and four-petal rosettes, radial and starry rosettes, bracket forms, and a “running wave” Fifth: Leather products Animal skins ay ginagamit para makagawa ng variety of household articles including leather clothing and footwear, kitchen containers, horse harness, tail-straps, saddle-girth, bridles, and saddle-clothes. and for the last one We have Patterned Embroidery and Weaving Embroidery has always been a craft para sa mga babae. Many embroidered items were intended for practical use as well as for the decoration of the yurt. Along with colorful fabrics, mats, felts, embroidered items made a cozy ensemble decorating a man’s shelter. Many household articles were decorated with embroidery. That’s it for my part, I hope you guys enjoy so dun na kayo sa next person! Moving onto the next topic which is Kazakhstan’s Arts and Crafts. Since time immemorial, the Kazakhs would manufacture stoneworks, bone, ceramics, metal crafts as combat weapons o mga armas para sa labanan like pale-axes (ai-balta), bows (sadaka), and a quivers (koramsak), tableware, clay, leather, and wood arts. They also weave varied sorts of mats. Their art of embroidery comprised of colorful threads exquisitely embellished with glass beads, pearls, precious stones, leather, felt, and other materials. These are evident in their attire o kanilang kasuotan and other body ornaments. Here, you’ll see an example of Kazakh traditional women’s attire. *dying inside* Next, ang pag uusapan ko po ngayon ay ang Uzbekistan Arts and Crafts. The art and culture of Uzbekistan ay naka base sa kanilang cultural heritage. In the Middles Ages, their arts developed in the context of art tracery, which became predominant. Sisingit ko lang po ang dalawang terminolohiyang Geometrical Form na ang ibig sabihin ay isang form such as sphere, cube, or pyramid, whose contours represent a circle, square, or pyramid at ang Geometrical Shape which means a precise, mathematical shapes such as circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, and the like. Now let us observe the variety of geometrical shapes and forms present in their cultural arts and crafts’ motif: Engraving of copper, wood, and plaster-based materials. Jewelry making. Carpet making. Ceramic arts. Ornamental gold embroidery. Inlaid musical instruments. And lastly, decorative boxes for local tobacco, baskets, chests, etc. Uzbekistan’s national attire are bright, beautiful, and cozy. Ang kanilang kasuotan ay isang parte ng kanilang rich cultural traditions and lifestyles. In urban places, it is uncommon to meet people wearing their traditional Uzbek clothes. Nowadays, these clothes are worn on traditional festivities and holidays. However, in some rural places, these are still part of everyday and holiday garments. Observe how the art elements of colors and lines, and principles of patterns and variety were applied in their garment designs: Eto ang mga halimbawa ng Common Uzbek men and women’s attire. Turkmenistan Arts and Crafts is the second to the last topic we will be discussing. The Turkmen’s applied folk arts are rich and diverse. Like other West Asian countries, they’re also known for carpet making, felt art, embroidery, headdress making, jewelry making, leatherwork, ceramics, and other decorative products. Their distinctiveness is part of their system and everyday life which is also evidently reflected in their arts and crafts. They embrace a variety and wide range of materials used and methods of ornamentation. Moving onto the last lesson, we’ll talk about Tajikistan Arts and Crafts. The Tajik heritage has a wealthy culture which is evident in their arts and crafts. Like their neighboring West Asian countries, they are noted in visual arts such as architecture, sculpting woods and metals, headwear, carpet weaving, footwear, musical instruments, and many more. This one of their many Tajik carpet designs. Even in the modern world, their sense of culture is still embedded in their works of art. Let’s take a look at this contemporary, oil and canvas painting called Morning by lol di alam pronunciation

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