April 3, 2014

Ukrainian Pysanky Easter Eggs



Pysanky. That primitive Ukrainian folk art involving great skill, lots of time,
and no doubt, a steady hand to create those over-the-top fabulous Easter eggs!
I've long been in awe of them, and so a blog feature was inevitable!
Pysanky is plural for pysanka, a Ukrainian word from pysaty, meaning "to write".
The most common way to dye pysanky is with the wax resist method known as batik.

When I came across the work of Katya Trischuk and her Etsy shop, Ukrainian Easter Eggs,
I just knew you'd be as delighted as I was to see her colorful creations!





































How about this ostrich egg pysanka?








Now check out this post
where I share photos from my experience
attending a Pysanky Workshop!


Here's where you can visit the Ukrainian Easter Egg shop on Etsy!




Images used with direct permission from Katya Trischuck.

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