My wife Hanusia's therapeutic creations so far this year. She chose to write in a variety of different styles. Some traditionally Ukrainian, some from the Trypillian culture style as well as others.
That's wonderful that you can keep them. What treasures!!!!!She will do a couple dozen each year. They will last if taken care. I’ve had some for 20-30 years. Others 20-30 minutes until dropped
Thanks Rick. Actually she was asked to send some to the Pysanka Museum in Ukraine when we were there last summer.uThose are beautiful, they should be on display in a museum. The detail is amazing.
That was done in a traditional Ukrainian style. Each character has symbolic meaning. With the coming of Easter rebirth and growth were typically part of a design. She sells some, and gives away others as gifts. Eg to a newly married couple.That's wonderful that you can keep them. What treasures!!!!!
The black/red one just below the blue/white one looks particularly detailed. Striking!
I am so happy that you enjoy these Lyndee. My wife and I are both grateful to have such wonderful feed back for something that we both love to do.The one post I wait for year after year and once again you and your wife did not disappoint! These are truly beautiful and your wife is a master at her craft. Please convey my thanks to her for painting such wonderful pieces of art. And...thanks to you again, Bob, for photographing them so well!
Thank you for your kind words Brian. My wife tries to pass on the art by providing workshops, both formally and informally.Your wife’s expertise painting these is remarkable. Craftmanship like this is becoming more rare as time passes. Enjoy seeing them every year in your posted photographs Bob.
Thank you from the both of us PhilBeautiful eggs! Great work - both your wife’s eggs and your image.
Thank you for your kind words Brian. My wife tries to pass on the art by providing workshops, both formally and informally.
I think that is fantastic that she is sharing what is obviously a long time passion with others. Hopefully there are some motivated students who will carry on the tradition long after none of us are no longer around!