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History of how to preserve folk art in value creation knowledge and solve problems together to make folk painting get more attention and publicity than now a day.This is research is a quanlitative research aimed at 1) To study the history of characters in the literature from E-san Mural 2) To collect characters in the literature from E-san Mural to design Creative Economy Products database, 3) To study character in Literature from E-san Mural cultural to product design. The research area ; 1) Khonkaen province, Sa Bua Kaeo temple, Sanuan Wari temple ,Phatthana Ram temple, Mahasarakham province ; Photharam temple , Pa Re Rai temple , Nakhonphanom province ; Hua Wiang Rangsi temple , Ubon Ratchathani province ; Thung Simueang temple , Si Nuan Sawang Arom temple , Nakhon Ratchasima, province ; Khok Srisaket temple , Pathum Khongkha temple, Pathum Khongkha temple. The struments used for the study were questionnaire survey, and group interview. Both fields data are collected between August 2013 – July 2014. Data field from surway, observation, interview , Focus group interview, Some data were obtained from 26 knowledgeable groups, practices group were 27 persons and general 27 persons. The data were triangulated to test the reliability and then descriptively analyzed.
The research results, The history of expression of ideas in the works of imitation, to see the beauty of nature and imitate it as a shape , shape color , beautiful shape and several, techniques to convey, the work into a different sense of mood of the story, and emotions of the artist expressing, The imagination a dream that different from nature and normal occurrence. The art dose not hold the truth of nature. It creates the art and create beauty that surpasses the nature by its tastes and sences. Liturature has presented a new from of expression and content that express ideas in various aspects, The social , Political , Economic and people’ s lifestyle of that era.
The characters in Literature study from East to design the mural. Human image consist, of a status of a foreign soldier and E-san citizen. The nature is a way of life and religions activities.
Conversation should be supported by the government. The oppropriate format, The creation of E-san painting database was found that similar. Conservation needs of the faith must be provide for the curriculum of elementary, and high school curriculum as well as regular exhibitions on E-san painting database Creative economic values, creative art from the visuals, groups of images into 5 types of products ; including T-shirt , glass shells, wall decorations, wall painting and wall decorations, The same source to establish further conservation.
Inconclusion it should be preserved database of E-san painting, the E-san Art Museum is the collection of traditional modern E-san painting database that organized by the Museum of E-san painting database conservation should be support by the government.
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