Winter/Spring 2016 Pysanky workshops

Winter/Spring pysanky workshops will include classes for beginners, and advanced students, as well as some special workshops on specific topics.

Spring 2016 Workshop dates:

BEGINNERS- Learn the basics of making pysanky. Open to all beginners:

Wed. Apr. 13: 6-9 pm
Tue. Apr. 19: 6-9 pm
Wed Apr. 20: 6-9 pm
Sun. Apr. 24: 2-5 pm

DESIGN YOUR OWN TRADITIONAL PYSANKA– Learn how to create your own traditional folk pysanka. Open to all levels.

Sun. Mar. 13: 2-5 pm

Or call me to schedule your own afternoon or evening date for you and your friends! Lessons available at my studio or your location for one to nine people- many weekday evenings and Sunday afternoons work well. Please contact me for more information.

Easter dates 2016:

Gregorian calendar / Roman Catholic: March 27, 2016
Julian calendar / Eastern Orthodox: May 1, 2016

In the River Arts District, Asheville, NC:
Classes are taught at Studio A, Pink Dog Creative, 344 Depot Street, Suite 100, next to Fresh West.

Or at your location:
I am also available to go to your home, school, church or other space to teach groups of 2 to 15 people, ages 8 and up. Please inquire for more details!

More details:
Ages 18 and over (at Studio A)
$49 for one session includes all materials* ($49 cash/check, $53 credit card/PayPal)

Please e-mail andreakulish [at] gmail dot com or call/text 828-423-6459 to reserve your space.

My students and I had a blast this winter with my first offering of ornament workshops. Here are some of their pysanky which were soon after turned into ornaments:

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Easter is on its way and that means that time for pysanky workshops! Please visit our workshops section for more information!

pysanky workshops studio a

A huge thank you to Ninja Chickens and some other special friends for supplying me with this bounty of fresh eggs. Included here are duck, chicken and bantam chicken, green, white, peach, brown, speckled, and a huge double yolk green egg.

Fresh local eggs

Fresh local eggs

I was given these tiny bantam eggs by a sweet man named Charles. These eggs are actually about 25 years old. They either feel empty or have just the tiniest bit of dried up yolk inside… they are very light. It was such a pleasure to decorate these, the tiniest pysanky I’ve made.the-littlest-pysanky

I now offer lovely nests for your pysanky eggs to rest in- a soft, natural and organic place for them to call home. Available in the studio and on Etsy.

Nest for Pysanky Eggs

Nest for Pysanky Eggs

Merry Christmas! Here are some of this year’s snowflake ornaments. Thanks again to Luba Petrusha for the design inspiration- these are replicas and variations of her snowflake designs.



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