Faith & Art: Let's Make Ukranian Easter Eggs

Wednesday, March 25, 2020 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

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How can we deepen our journey of faith?   Whether it is to make unique Easter eggs or learn a craft which is soulful and community-building, this ancient art form ties together faith, spirituality, and unexpected beauty.
 
Participants will learn how to decorate eggs using a stylus, beeswax, and dyes.
 
Beginners are welcome and no prior artistic talent is needed. This workshop is intended for adults. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring an apron if you wish.
 
Materials and lunch are included in the retreat fee.

We invite you to extend your time at the Ridge with an overnight retreat, and join Lee Ireland’s Day Apart Retreat on Thursday, March 26 as she leads the retreat,  “Pearl Creations: Discovering our Unfolding Story.” Come for both Wednesday and Thursday Day Apart Retreats, enjoy Wednesday dinner, your overnight stay in a private room and breakfast on Thursday.  Cost: $215 per person.

About the leader(s)

Eliza Goodell

Eliza Goodell has studied art and psychology. She learned how to make Ukrainian Easter eggs about 25 years ago and has been giving workshops ever since. A photo of one of Eliza's decorated eggs is in the July 2013 issue of Northshore Magazine in an article on bees, "Hive Talkin."