Lorrie Popow shows how to create 8 beautiful and intricate eggs using the Ukrainian egg art style.
Lorrie Popow shows how to create 8 beautiful and intricate eggs using the Ukrainian egg art style known as Pysanky.
Author: Lorrie Popow
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Author: Joseph E. Gbur
Category: Easter decorations
Lorrie Popow and Donna Wolfe have loved the art of pysanky since both of them have been children. This book is a step-by-step tutorial on how to create the beautiful egg art that originated in Ukraine a very long time ago. Text, illustrations, and full-color photos will guide you through selecting an egg, preparing dyes, writing with wax and a kistka, and varnishing a pysanka.
Lorrie's Pattern Books Lorrie has a wonderful pattern book available, ... Be sure to search for “Patterns for Ukrainian-Style Easter Eggs” by Lorrie Popow ...
Author: Lorrie Popow
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
This valuable resource is a unique and colorful compilation of more than 250 books, periodicals and audio-visual titles by pysanky expert Joan Brander. For inspiration the author draws on her Ukrainian heritage, tradition and culture. About the Pysanka – It Is Written brings together publications on the pysanka in Ukrainian, English, German, French, Portuguese, Italian, Polish and Japanese. The publishing and cataloguing of the print version in 2007 garnered a place for "pysanky" in the bibliography class of the Library of Congress headings – a precedent setting development. The eBook features more than 100 colorful photos that were not included in the print version. This bibliography is a "must have" for anyone who is interested in pysanky, Ukrainian folk art, and heritage studies.
Ukrainian Style Easter Egg Patterns Joseph E. Gbur. (2nd edition) [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1972. Ukrainian Traditional and Modern Cuisine Ukrainian Catholic Women's ...
Author: Joan Brander
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Beginning and advanced artists alike have experienced “artist's block” at some point in their endeavors. Now artists can turn to this book in their time of need. Artist's Block Cured! provides a stimulating array of ideas for beating blank canvas syndrome and conquering other creative ailments. Broken down into four color-coded categories, beginners will find activities, lessons, quizzes, and inspiration from the Masters to help jumpstart creativity. Written by creative thinker and illustrator Linda Krall, this book is an effective and entertaining tool no artist should be without!
—A. R. Islamic tile patterns Indian Bride Ukrainian hand-painted Easter eggs Vase in traditional Chinese style Assignments #77 ...
Author: Linda Krall
Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing
An expansive region, Russia and the Eurasian Republics take up one-sixth of the land surface on Earth. Spread across two continents and eleven time zones, it is no wonder this region's cultural history is similarly wide and diverse. This book offers readers a unique glimpse into Russian and Eurasian cultures, punctuated by vibrant photographs and engaging fact boxes. The accessible text will help readers understand how this region's culture has been shaped and how it has impacted other countries, both in the surrounding area and across the globe.
... Pattern PYSANKY Ukrainian Easter Eggs Art forms that are distinctly Russian and eastern European in style have found audiences all over the world .
Author: Ryan Wolf
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
This book assists the busy professional with ready-to-use materials to present entertaining, educational, and age-appropriate programs that introduce young learners to countries and cultures around the world.
Share the story Rechenka's Eggs by Patricia Polacco (see "Books to Read Aloud”), and discuss the Ukrainian-style eggs that Babushka paints for the Easter ...
Author: Desiree Webber
Substantial and through critical annotations of works on all important aspects of Ukranian history and culture, including monographs, dissertations, books, symposia, pamphlets, and journal articles. Spanning the period from the early 1950s to mid-1989, the numbered entries are arranged by broad subject categories, each category beginning with a brief introduction to the most important authors and their works. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Pysanky is the Ukrainian art of coloring and decorating eggs with intricate patterns and vivid splashes of color , not unlike the Western custom of Easter ...
Author: Bohdan S. Wynar
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
This Pysanka (Ukrainian Easter egg) Easter egg coloring book has a large selection of different Easter eggs with different degrees of difficulty and different styles, abstract, mandala style, animal motifs, beautiful compositions with flowers and rabbits, and much more! Their intricate designs will help you to relax and melt away stress as you focus on the details. Coloring is not only fun but can be very relaxing and a great stress reliever. Also, it's a wonderful way to allow you to express your creativity and channel your inner artist as you bring the pages to life with color! The Coloring Book Details 40 unique Pysanka Easter egg coloring pages featuring geometric patterns, mandala flower designs, zentangle patterns, adorable animal illustrations, blooming flowers, and much more! Large 8.5 x 11-inch pages (A5) Single-sided pages to prevent bleed-through, easy-to-cut pages Nice thick paper that won't bleed through while coloring Durable glossy cover A great gift for Easter fans, spring and nature lovers, Christian people, fans of coloring books, for friends and family. Buy Now and Brighten up your Easter with this delightful coloring book made to be relaxing and stress relieving.
Buy Now and Brighten up your Easter with this delightful coloring book made to be relaxing and stress relieving.
Author: Vanilla Coloring Books
Former CBC Radio host Marg Meikle's three humorous but fact-filled books You Asked for It!, Funny You Should Ask and Ask Me Anything! are now available in an omnibus bindup at a sensational price! The award-winning books are included in their entirety, along with over 140 illustrations. Here are the answers to all the questions that hundreds of kids asked her--questions that would likely stump most adults. Half the fun of reading the answers is the off-on-a-tangent-with-more-facts approach that Marg is famous for using. Among the hundreds of trivia questions answered are: Why is 13 unlucky? Why don't tattoos come off? Do twins have the same DNA? Why is it called a funny bone? What did we use before toilet paper? Do animals dream? Why can't you tickle yourself? Over 300 wacky but informative answers fill the pages, grouped under themes of Customs, Holidays, Superstitions, Food, The Opposite Sex, and more!
Some of the designs have special meanings, and are handed down in a family from ... The goldsmith Peter Carl Fabergé made the most famous Easter eggs.
Author: Margaret Meikle
Publisher: Scholastic Canada
Category: Questions and answers
The Great White North is revealed as the Great Weird North in this entertaining tome from the best-selling Bathroom Reader series. Did you know that Canada was almost called Hochelaga? That’s just one of thousands of wacky facts awaiting readers in Uncle John’s quirky celebration of Earth’s second largest country. You’ll find page after page of bizarre history (like why the beaver was once classified as a fish), plus head-scratching news items (like the crook who returned to the Tim Hortons he’d just robbed to tip the workers), odd places to go (like Mr. Spock’s birthplace in a town called Vulcan), and crazy eats (like the restaurant that makes you eat in complete darkness). So whether you live in Come By Chance, Joe Batt’s Arm, Starvation Cove, or anywhere else inside (or outside) of Canada, yukon count on Uncle John to deliver a world of weirdness from all over this great country. For example: - Cow-patty bingo in Alberta (Rule #1: Wear gloves) - How to enforce the new Quebec law that requires dogs to be bilingual - The sea of Molson Golden that once shut down an Ontario freeway - The mystery of the mini earthquakes in a New Brunswick town - Why it’s illegal to kill a sasquatch in British Columbia - The Nova Scotia company that makes mattresses for cows - Saskatchewan’s Willow Bunch Giant, a real man who could lift a horse over his head - The giant fiberglass “Happy Rock” statue in--where else?--Gladstone, Manitoba And much, much more!
Object: An Enormous Easter Egg Place: Vegreville, Alberta Story: ... annual Pysanka Festival where the townspeople dance, drink, and eat, Ukrainian-style.
Author: Bathroom Readers' Institute
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
"Priarie Patterns is the first and only published survey of traditional crafts in North Dakota"--Foreword.
... many local women affirm their ethnic roots and complement their Easter celebrations by decorating eggs in the Ukrainian style . These Ukrainian eggs are ...
Author: Christopher Martin
Category: Folk art
The word ’batik’ is possibly of Malay origin from the word ’tik’ meaning ’to drip’ or ’to drop.’ The term is applied to a resist dye technique invented independently in locations as diverse as Ancient Egypt, Japan and Turkestan. Batik is a remarkably flexible textile technique and is suited to small-scale methods of production, but demand from the fashion and tourism industries is increasing. This volume brings together the experiences and concerns of the international community of batik producers. It gives voice to their suggestions for ensuring that the producers of this traditional craft are integrated into its increasingly global production rather than excluded from it. Building on the work of batik designers and producers the book discusses the emergence of a global craft consciousness. Batik producers report on innovative measures taken both individually and collectively to hold their market position while commercial producers frequently annex and mass-produce traditional batik design. The book concludes with a discussion of marketing and production innovations and tourism which enable the producers of batik to maintain the integrity of their designs whilst harnessing the benefits of new commercial forms.
... and Brigitte Raab (known for graphic patterns related to Sorbic style), ... Perchyshyn, N. (1995), Ukrainian Easter Egg, Design Book 3, Minneapolis, ...
Author: Michael Hitchcock
Category: Social Science
There has never been a better time to travel to Ukraine with visas no longer necessary for most tourists. Visitors to the country will discover traditional churches, monasteries, and sacred sites providing a contrast to the notorious, but compelling, landmark of Chernobyl. Sites can easily be explored by rail, river cruise, or sea ferry, and also on foot--the ideal way to take in rustic villages of old-world eastern Europe. Features include: *Detailed coverage of new hotels and restaurants *A region-by-region guide to the provinces, including the stunning Crimean peninsula *Kiev--the birthplace of Slavic civilization--in fresh detail *Thorough language section in both Russian and Ukraine
The central pension - style hotel , Karpatsky Zori ( Nad Hukhom 15 ; ) 0347 ... coloured Easter eggs built in the shape of a brightly coloured Easter egg .
Author: Andrew Evans
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
If the concentration camp number tattooed on his arm suggests that he might not be all that touched by Ukrainian Easter eggs , children will not pick up the ...
Category: Children's literature
Honoured Artist of Ukraine ( 1990 ) , People ' s Artist of Ukraine ( 1997 ) . ... colourful like the patterns of Ukrainian embroideries and Easter eggs .
Author: Оксана Онопрієнко
Category: Business enterprises
Put egg into pan of shaped pattern for each secdecorated in this way for cold ... surface of an egg , work Easter and all year . to make Ukrainian - style ...
Author: Rosemary Hume
Floral wax patterns were then applied over the red dye . M 99900 This egg is decorated in the Ukrainian style called Pysanka .
Author: Allen Davenport Bragdon
A surprising number of the world's 58 million Ukrainians have settled in Europe, North and South America, Australia, Oceania, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. This reference offers a survey of this widespread population. It is both a demographic handbook that provides up-to-date statistical data and an ethnographic study of a people struggling to preserve their identity despite decades of denationalization policies in the homeland and the forces of assimilation abroad. Canadian call number: C94-930353-4. Paper edition (unseen), $35. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
The result was often a uniquely Ukrainian architectural style . ... most beautiful and intricate of Ukrainian folk arts are ceramics , pysanky ( Easter eggs ) ...
Author: Naukove tovarystvo imeny Shevchenka (Canada)
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Gilbreth SkinTight bands hatch a new way to decorate Easter eggs Now it's possible to ... intricate geometric patterns in the traditional Ukrainian style .