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A Murder of Crows

by So Jeo LeBlond

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Art: A Murder of Crows by Artist So Jeo LeBlond

Unique batik designs created using the same traditional methods of Pysanky or Ukrainian eggs.  The process begins by meticulously drawing out the design in pencil before it is waxed and dyed.  The beeswax in applied by writing with a heated tool called a kistka, a fine stylus which is used to seal the design on the shell.  The egg is then dipped in dye and all areas not already sealed with beeswax will take on that color.  Waxing and dyeing with each different colored dye is repeated until the design is complete.  Most commonly, the natural white of the eggshell is waxed first and then the egg is dyed in progression from lightest to darkest, waxing between dyes to retain the colors desired.  The very last step is to melt off the wax using a candle flame to reveal the completed design!

Pysanky By So Jeo


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