02. Stained Glass Poppy Egg - Karen Hanlon - Thursday July 18th - 9:30am to 11:30am
In this class students will create a “stained glass” style egg with a poppy design. They will learn the basic principles to create the “stained glass” look using two different techniques, and will be given design principles along with patterns they can use on their own eggs. Students can choose to work on either a chicken or a goose egg.
Minimum: 10 students Max: 20 students
Registration price: $30 CAD
What is included? Full-colour, detailed handout; prepared egg (dyed and measured); black wax for one of the techniques; pattern sheet and transfer paper
What students need to bring: a chicken or prepared goose egg, white polymer pencil, kistky appropriate for writing lines and for filling in, beeswax, other tools you usually use for everyday egging, fine paintbrush
Recommended skill level: any; Note: Beginners may wish to start with a chicken egg as there is a greater chance of getting more of it completed in the class time.
I have been writing eggs for over 35 years, and over the last 10 years have taught many different styles at egg retreats in Canada and the USA. I also teach classes locally, and have now been asked to teach a credit course in Pysanky for the college where I work as Director of Student Services and sessional professor of Psychology. I write pysanky in my “spare time”, and love the peacefulness and prayerfulness of this art! I have 4 wonderful grown children and 4 adorable grandchildren.
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