The Tools That Make The Markings Of The Trade

Thai wood carving applies to hand carving to make figurines which represent both religious and mythical figures. Besides this seemingly simplistic use

Thai Wood Carving – A Royal Art Not To Be Forgotten

Thai wood carving has been used in the temples for decade as well as to decorate the royal palaces. Before Thailand opened to the world, visitors to

Is Thai Fruit and Vegetable Carving Easy?

In Thailand, there is a University that actually specializes in teaching the art of fruit and vegetable carving and classes in this art are taught in

Past Carving Techniques Still Holding Strong

Master wood carvers in Thailand centuries ago were Buddhist monks and then later when the art was used by the ordinary citizens the craft and its secr

Easy To Implement Thai Wood Carving Techniques

The decorative art of Thai wood carving is known through the world for the master craftsmen who produce works of astounding visual beauty in many form

The Place to see Wood Carving

In Northern Thailand, there is a town called Chiang Mai, that now houses industrial factories that make allowances for tourists to see their wood carv

Thai Wood Carving – Why Lanna Is Respect For The Artisan

The Lanna method of Thai wood carving is strictly guarded against photographers and frowns upon photography of the ancient art form, specifically at a

Beyond Admiration Lies The Appetising Of Carving Skill

The art of Thai fruit and vegetable carving has been part of the Thai culture and art scene for centuries. This art form was only used by the royal pa

What is Thai Fruit and Vegetable Carving?

The ancient Thai art of carving fruit and vegetables is formally known as Kae Sa Luk in Thailand. Kae Sa Luk turns fruits like pumpkins, potatoes, car

The Art of Thai Fruit Carving

In western culture, you don’t often see elaborately carved fruit, even in the fanciest of restaurants. Yes, food presentation is meticulous, but it doesn’t usually involve an artist chiseling away at it for hours to create a work of art… Continue Reading →

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