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Big Fox Publishing announced Decorative Czech Folk Art: The Artistry of Marjorie Nejdl, a new book featuring vivid illustrations of decorative Czech folk art, with a special focus on egg painting and decoration. Written by Marjorie Nejdl and Pat Martin, a Czech egg decorating expert, the book is ideal for anyone looking to find more about a timeless European tradition, with step-by-step egg painting instructions to help readers create their own decorative art.
More information can be found at https://www.amazon.com/dp/1729306357.
In Czech folk traditions, decorative eggs were believed to hold special meaning, being a symbol of love and friendship, and commonly used to send good wishes. The new book features more than 40 vivid illustrations of traditional Czech eggshell design, complete with a basic how-to section to help readers create their own folk-inspired models.
The book features numerous examples of folk egg painting designs and lines, allowing anyone to create their own decorative eggs in time for Christmas.
Additionally, the book also includes other folk-inspired artwork by Marjorie Nejdl, such as cookbooks, programs, posters, as well as art creations on materials such as fabric, glass, ceramic, and wood.
Marjorie Nejdl is a nationally-acclaimed folk artist drawing inspiration from folk art motifs, recurring themes and symbols. Pat Martin is an author whose books aim to promote and preserve authentic Czech folk art and traditions.
The book is available in paperback and currently ships before Christmas, making it a perfect gift idea for anyone who appreciates authentic Czech folk art.
A Big Fox Publishing spokesperson said: “Everyone belongs to a folk culture. Whether that culture is social, family, culinary, or religious, and we want our traditions to continue to influence, we acknowledge them through display or use. Decorative Czech Folk Art: The Artistry of Marjorie Nejdl celebrates the traditions, symbols, skills, products, and practices of ornamental Czech folk art.”
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