Pysanky Egg Workshop

Pascack Valley Honors Art Students Craft Pysanky Eggs
Image: Students Making Pysanky Eggs

Pascack Valley High School Honors Studio Art II students, taught by Mrs. Stephanie DiGiacopo, learned about the ancient Ukrainian form of folk art of Pysanky Eggs during a visit by guest Pysanky Artist Patty Wiszuk-DeAngelo.

The design of a Pysanka egg features intricate geometric symbols and patterns drawn on the egg using beeswax, candles, and a tool called a “kistka.” The egg is then colored by applying a series of dyes.

Patty Wiszuk-DeAngelo is an award-winning Pysanky artist. In 2004, one of Ms. Wiszuk-DeAngelo’s eggs was chosen to represent New Jersey in the permanent collection at the White House.  


Image: Eggs in Bowl
The finished Psanky eggs reflect the creativity and design prowess of the PVHS Honors Studio Art II students. Image: Students Making Pysanky Eggs
PVHS Honors Studio Art II students prepare to learn the ancient Ukrainian craft of Pysanky eggs from master artist, Patty Wiszuk-DeAngelo.
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