Opening Night Easter Eggstravaganza Covey Center for the Arts 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 April 4, 2014, the Covey Center for the Arts opened their tribute to Easter. There was a steady flow of visitors throughout the evening who stopped by to view nearly 100 carved eggshells. The exhibit will be on display until June 2, 2014. When you are on Center Street in Provo, stop by for a visit. This facility is a beautiful setting to promote the arts. My gratitude to the staff of the Covey Center for the Arts as well as EVonne Kearl and RK Winfree for assisting me in bringing such a strong presentation to the public. Here are a few preview photos shot just before the public was admitted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Also, there is a second Easter Egg show at The Utah Cultural Celebration Center. Three different exhibitors are offering their egg interests for your viewing enjoyment. Traditional painted Easter Pysanky eggs by Ingrid Hersman, a special showing of Barbara Amburn’s Noritake Japanese eggs and I have some carved eggs as well as some eggs created in the Bulgarian variation of wax and dye eggs.

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. Steven Narbonne says:

    Extraodinarily wonderful and such objects of beauty are sorely needed in this troubled world.

  2. I agree Steven, the more we can share beauty with each other and the world, I believe we can grow together as a human family.

  3. Brian,

    How exciting!!! Congratulations on your exhibit at the Covey Art Center. You are showing us how it is done, finding a passion, developing your talent, then sharing it with the world. God continue to bless your efforts. Hope to meet you some day.

    Gratefully,

    Roderick Hoffman
    roderickearlhoffmanstudio.com

  4. Hi Roderick, thanks for your supportive words. Perhaps we will meet in the near future. I am always willing to meet with fellow artists. When we grow to know each other and each person’s specialties it makes things so much easier when we are trying to promote each other and our individual works. I believe we will all find greater success by building a strong network that places a great importance on assisting others. Borrowed from BNI (Business Network International) “Givers Gain” When we truly put this as our way of thinking great things will come for all of us.

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