FEBRUARY 27TH 10:00 AM – 3 PM

Come learn from a local expert how to create your own
work of art, by learning the ancient art of Pysanka egg dying.

Exclusive to the Art Center, this popular workshop must be
registered for by Feb 15 by going to
Limited seating is available – register early. Please bring 3 fresh eggs to the workshop, along with your lunch. All other supplies are included. Light refreshments are provided.

M-F from 1:00-4:00 pm. Annual single membership is $35, family is $50 and provides member access to the campus offerings on painting, drawing, and Camera Club. Members receive discounts for workshops and exhibit fees.
The Art Center of Citrus County is a non-profit, 501c

Where two cultures merge!

Celebrate Ukrainian contributions to American Easter egg dyeing and learn the beautiful art of making a Pysanky egg! Demo and instruction are provided by local Ukrainian egg
decorating authority, Theresa Hrobucchak.

Exclusively offered by the Art Center of Citrus County for only $40 per student (member rate) or $55 (non-member rate). If you can draw lines and circles, you too can make these beautiful eggs. No two eggs will ever be the same but will be your work of art.

Please bring 3 eggs; the kit provided contains a candle, beeswax, 3 styluses, and 5 dyes for home use.

Pre-registration online at the Art Center Box Office,

No walk-ins, and no refunds due to ordering and cost of kits.  Class size is limited so register now to secure your place on the class roster.

Meet the Expert
My name is Theresa Hrobuchak, I have been in Florida for 30 years and moved here from NY in 1993 when my husband retired.

I was born in Brooklyn of Eastern European parents. I had two uncles who were Ukrainian priests, and I would go to visit them in NYC. There was a Ukrainian Store across from the church. My sister and I would go in there and admire the beautiful Easter eggs.

They were so delicate and intricate, and my sister wanted to learn to make them. She started making them and I decided I would like to give it a try also. At first, I thought you would have to have artistic talent to do them, but really if you can draw lines and circles you, too, can make these beautiful eggs.

You can use patterns and designs, but remember no two will ever be the same, and most times, however, they finish they will always be your work of art. At this workshop, I hope to dispel the mystery of Pysanky making by showing you how you too can create one of these works of art.