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A slide show of my real non-fertile sanitized egg shells which have been designed and decorated as I continue to design, develop techniques and use previous class instructions from Design Concepts of Egg ARt. These designs are a definite reflection of concepts I learned from Sally LeVan and early teacher of mine, and from Helen Cook, a designer and fellow teacher from England, Scotland, and "all over the world.: Special thanks to these wonderful teachers who have guided many of us during our learning some 10-25 years ago.
<p>These are all so gorgeous, it's nearly impossible to choose a favourite, but I think the vertical green egg with the gold scrolled stand or maybe the horizontal white one with the netting pattern and red and green motifs. What kind of paint do you use for the outer shells?</p>
Wonderful Work! Congratulations!
Thank you.
Beautiful work! Exquisite and tasteful!
Thank you.
Wow! These eggs look like the Carl Faberge Eggs. I love the Rose Trellis, the Pansy and the Transiberian Eggs in PERFECT Faberge Style! What a talented artist you are using real eggshells! These are AMAZING!!!!!! I hope you win the contest!
Carole B. I am so THRILLED to see that you are among the Finalists. Your eggs are so akin to the originals; I just checked to see if they had chosen a Winner yet, and found you listed amongst the Finalists. Congratulations and Good Luck. In my book you are a WINNER. Connie
Thank you for allowing me to be a winner in your book. Again, I appreciate your enthusiasm for my works. Carole B.
Oh my, Carole, these eggs are absolutely exquisite. Carl Faberge would be happy to have replicas like this. Good luck. Anne K.
Thank you Anne.
Thank you very much.
Beautiful! Congrats on being a finalist!
Hi, A friend called me and told me about your Faberge interpretations. I am so thrilled to see them. They are just beautiful. I have loved all of the Faberge eggs all of my life, and your interpretations are gorgeous. I just had to let you know that I have looked at your photos and you have my vote! Good Luck and Keep up your wonderful work in egg art.
Thank you. I am delighted that your friend called you. I too have loved and admired the Faberge eggs all of my life and that is one reason I am working to create my interpretation of each one. I have been fortunate enough to see many of them over the years,in my travels, and since I will personally never own one, I can enjoy my own collection, and I enjoy sharing it with others. I hope that you have had the opportunity to view all of the other lovely egg art creations entered on this Web site.If you enjoy egg art creations, this site will delight you. Thanks again for your nice comments; it is a pleasure to communicate with a fellow Peter Carl Faberge admirer......Carole B.
My wife is peering over my shoulder, and she is ooohhhhing and ahhhhhing, over all of your work. Neither of us can believe how gifted you are. Thank you for sharing your work -- we think you are a wonderful artist.
...and I Thank you. I love to share my work with the wolrd, and it is nice to be appreciated as an artist. Carole B.
I have seen many of the Faberge originals in my years of travel, and your work of your interpretation of each is absolutely phenomenal. What a talent you have. DJSaxton
These are beautiful!
Thank you canida. I have fun with my egg art, and it is always nice to receive compliments. Carole B.
You have had fun! Very impressive! Well done!!

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