The name of this piece of paper cutting works is "catch a bird." This is a typical example of children in the paper-cutting in northern Shaanxi. The dolls, gourd, lotus and other patterns symbolize many children. Local peasants think that many children will be blessed.
Chinese paper cutting has a history of more than 2,000 years. As a pure hand-made artwork, it reflects the everyday life and hopes of the local people and is one of the most abundant forms of art in Chinese folk history and culture. In 2009, it was listed as "world-class Intangible Cultural Heritage" by the United Nations. With the development of China's "The Belt and Road", China's paper-cutting industry will also show more and more its unique charm in art and cultural world art.
This Chinese paper cutting painting was designed by Guo Ru-lin, a famous master of arts and crafts in Shaanxi Province. He is hand-made from the successors of the World Intangible Cultural Heritage, which has been produced for decades. The raw materials used are environmental protection materials and works can be used for culture Exhibitions, home decoration, office decoration, school decoration, hotel decoration, holiday gifts and other purposes.