Papyrus waves belongs to a collection of hand-painted eggshells. The perfect way to add a unique hand-painted egg to your personal delicate collection. This hand painted goose egg depicts a papyrus pattern. It was painted with acrylics on an empty goose egg and is part of the collection Kyanomorpha. This piece will spark your imagination and drive you to explore all of the myths that can take shelter on an eggshell.
These series of hand-painted eggs, started in the summer of 2015 while the name was drawn from the only two dominating colours. The blue and the white. The technique of miniature painting that all of the Efgg Eggs are made of, requires hours of stillness and concentration. This is a way of relaxing and expressing my creativity with still short movements. During the process of producing these eggs, we created a short film. If you would like to see how the hand-painted eggshells were made, watch our short film “Creating Forms”.
You can find the collection of decorated eggshells in the virtual exhibition: