TITLE

Angie Chruszch

PUB. DATE
January 1995
SOURCE
Faces of Identity, Hands of Skill: Folk Arts in North Dakota;1995, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article profiles Angie Chruszch, a descendant of Ukranian immigrants in Belfield, North Dakota who mastered the Ukranian pysanky. Chruszch is the daughter of Matt and Katie Logosz. She started the pysanky tradition in 1976. Chruszch credited her mother for teaching her how to make pysanky. She applied several designs to uncooked eggs, including snowflakes, doves, trees, and Easter lilies.
ACCESSION #
33373856

 

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