Originally from Ukraine, Katya Trischuk trained as an interior designer before setting up as an artist. She lives and works in Toronto, where she collaborates with art galleries and manages her egg art shop. She particularly enjoys inventing new patterns and experimenting with the traditional dyeing process. Her egg art has been widely featured in the media, from Home & Gardens, Woman’s Day magazine, Martha Stewart Blog to CTV, CBC and Hi-Fi TV. Katya works on large Ostrich egg shells and loves canvas work in oil. Artist have official sites. Follow her on social media to be the first one to know what is new.
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Thank you for this wonderful feature @keenobby.nyc You made my art visible on international markets. So thankful for that. Enjoy the rest of summer 🇨🇦🌟🇺🇸 Glad I took video of the gorgeous ostrich egg before I packed it into shipping box. Follow to see inside of batik art @katyatrischuk_ . . . . #katyatrischuk #ostrichpysanka #instaart #instaartist #artistoninstagram #ukrainianeastereggsstore #ostrich #batikegg #egg #eggs #artblogger #artcollector #imadethis #homedecor #art #eggartbook