Pysanky from Ukraine
Past Workshops and Events at the Studio
2 days workshop with Zufar Bikbov
3 days workshop. Light and color intensive with Manon.
3 Days Workshop with Morgan Samuel Price, November 4-6, 2019
Beautiful Birds with Michelle Held on November 19, 20 and 21, 2021
Beautiful Birds with Michelle Held
Find your Authentic Voice in Plein Air, with Carol L. Douglas
Holiday's Open Studio, November 13, 2021
Summer party with singer Luciana Hakman
3 Days Workshop with Morgan Samuel Price
NEW YEAR'S EVE ARTIST SKETCH PARTY!
November 4,5, 2022 - 2 Days workshop "Luminous Landscapes" with Antwan Ramar in Tallahassee, FL.
Painting Flowers with Olena Babak
Portrait workshop in three color charcoal/chalk with Olena Babak, 2019
The Sketched Portrait with Kristen Valle Yann, February 10-12, 2022
Two hour demo with Tara Will, November 6, 2022, Tallahassee, FL
April 23, 2022
At my studio we had a special presentation by Nadiia Ozerova on art of Ukrainian Easter egg tradition.
Ukrainian Pysanky is more than an Easter egg. According to the ancient legend, while people make pysankys, the world exists.
In this presentation lead by Nadiia Ozerova, an expert on Ukrainian folklore, you will learn the ancient art of creating pysankys, their meaning, symbolism, and traditions. Nadiia will introduce you to unique designs of pysankys from different regions of Ukraine, help you choose the design for your project and walk you step-by-step through the tranquil process of creating your own pysanky.
We ask you for a donation to the Ukrainian-Polish Foundation that serves Ukrainian families with terminally ill children. The foundation provides palliative care to children in Ukraine, safe evacuation of their families to Poland, and housing and medical treatment in Poland. To learn more, follow this link: https://uainkrakow.pl/who-we-are.
We also invite you to visit to learn about other oportunites to help Ukranian people at the https://war.ukraine.ua
About Nadiia Ozerova
Nadiia was born and raised in the Ukrainian city of Berdyansk, a seaport at the Azov Sea.
She holds a Master’s degree in Ukrainian language, literature, and folklore from Taras Shevchenko University in Kyiv.
Nadiia believes that traditional art and the synergy of creative work will help empower Ukrainian people to withstand the worst challenges they are now enduring. While people make pysankas, the world exists.