SACRAMENTO REGION, CA (MPG) - The Northern California Egg Artists Show and Sale show benefits the Shriners Hospital for Children - Transportation in Sacramento. Many talented local, national and international artists have donated egg art that will be both raffled and auctioned throughout the show. All proceeds will go the Shriners.
The event will be held at Crowne Plaza located T 5321 Date Ave. off I-80E at Madison Ave. (not Business 80). Call (916) 338-5800 for more information.
The show has artists participating and teaching seminars from the countries of China, S. Korea, Japan, Mexico, Canada, The Netherlands, The UK, Australia, Spain, and the United States.
The artwork is done with real infertile eggshells from Ostrich, Rhea, Emu, Goose, Duck, Chicken, Finch, and Quail to name a few.
The styles include but are not limited to beaded, carved, etched, jewel boxes, purses, painted, jewelry, pysanky, and diorama. The jeweled are in the Faberge style.
The event includes four days of seminars: Feb 27, 28, Mar 1 & 2 and two days which is open to the public & ‘eggers’ for shopping and viewing the artwork. For any information, please call Diana Macias (916) 687-8721.