Pysanky an art form steeped in tradition

26-03-2018

Pysanky is a Ukrainian tradition of decorating eggs using wax and dye. Typically, the eggs are created around Easter, but they also are made for life celebrations such as births and weddings, said Budnovitch. Even at funerals, eggs are put in caskets to keep away evil spirits, she said.

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