Local Media in the NJ/NY/VA area featuring Patty and Pysanky Showcase Artwork
Special Requests, Featured Exhibits and Honors of Note
|New Jersey 2004 White House Egg|
Lighthouse at Sandy Hook, NJ
Patty Wiszuk De-Angelo was contacted to do a pysanka by the American Egg Board. Each year the Egg Board chooses one artist from each of the fifty states. Patty was chosen to represent New Jersey for 2004. The only criteria is that the theme of the egg be something of a "unique nature" to the state where the artist lives. Patty created a design of the Sandy Hook Lighthouse in Sandy Hook, NJ. Following its exhibition at the White House, the egg will reside permanently at the future Bush Presidential Library.
Patty's egg is a pen and ink and watercolor design of the top of the Lighthouse at Sandy Hook, NJ. This is the oldest continuously operated lighthouse in the US. It was commissioned by George Washington in 1767. Photo courtesy of Lin Jackowski.
Patty and her eggs were featured.
Sunday, April 4, 2004
Saturday, April 10, 2004
Sunday, April 11, 2004
Look for an article featuring "Pysanky Showcase Eggs" published, Wednesday, March 10, 2004.
Patty was featured in 2000 and 2001 as a winner of several of their contests.
She also was reported on as one of their special artists by Karen Myers, a feature writer for the online magazine.
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