Come to Gather on July 24 at 6pm to learn this incredible Ukranian tradition of decorating eggs! This is not just an Easter thing - these eggs are beautiful and look great displayed in your house year round!
Pysanka is a Ukrainian Easter egg decorated with traditional folk designs using the wax-resist method. The word pysanka comes from the verb pysaty, "to write" as the designs are not painted on but written (inscribed) with beeswax. The wax-resist method lets the design build little by little creating a beautiful, vibrant motif on the egg once the wax is removed. I fell in love with this method of egg decorating shown to me by my grandmother and have passed on the tradition to my children. I would love to share the gift of pysanky with you and spread the beauty of this Eastern European tradition!
The class will last 1-2 hours and costs $29. Sign up and reserve your seat ahead of time here!
Please note that refunds are not given for this class, but you are welcome to transfer your ticket to a friend if you are unable to make it.