Ostara 2018

Each year I produce several eggs that I hide around San Francisco as part of a Spring ritual known as Ostara.

 

These are empty chicken eggshells, decorated with ink and broken car glass that I recovered from SF’s streets (owed to smash and grabs).  The next step is to add a finding to the top, and then bust out my quil and ink to get into some detail work.  I finish each egg with clearcoat, add some silk hanging chord, and they’re done!

 

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