San Angelo, TX – You hold the whirring drill carefully and gently apply the bit. As it scratches away a paper-thin layer of dark green calcium, a lovely shade of teal comes into view. You follow the pattern lines you applied earlier and slowly the image becomes recognizable. You have just taken the first steps…

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Texas Mom Scratches Color off Eggs San Angelo, TX — With Easter just around the corner, households across the country are preparing to color eggs for their annual Easter Egg Hunt. In the Villoch household, mom handles things a little differently; she removes color from eggs in order to create works of art. Texas egg…

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The new entries for the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest can be viewed at http://www.aeaeggartcontest.com Check these works of art out! They are BEAUTIFUL!!! And, don’t forget to bid on the egg you would like to have for yourself. This will be a 2 phase auction: Phase 1 is the Absentee/Proxy Bidding prior to the AEA Convention.  If…

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As a way of promoting emu eggshell art, the American Emu Association (AEA) hosted the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest. All submitted emu eggshell art was on display for public viewing online at www.AEAEggArtContest.com and in person on public display on July 18, 2014 at the Embassy Suites East Peoria Hotel & Conference Center in Peoria, Illinois…

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The new entries for the 2014 “EGGS’travaganza” Egg Art Contest can be viewed at http://www.aeaeggartcontest.com Check these works of art out! They are BEAUTIFUL!!! And, don’t forget to bid on the egg you would like to have for yourself. This will be a 2 phase auction: Phase 1 is the Absentee/Proxy Bidding prior to the AEA Convention.…

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Three Egg Art Guild Members Take Top Honors During the American Emu Association (AEA) Convention held in July in Kansas City, Missouri, the emu egg art contest winners were chosen. Each entry, with a unique artistic style, shows the versatility of the emu egg shell. Painted, carved, etched or decorated, these works of art are…

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Emu Egg Shells Take Center Stage Many families color eggs for the Easter holiday. In some homes it is an early Spring ritual. The decorated eggs are so bright and colorful! But, instead of chicken eggs, some “eggers” (people who decorate egg shells) use emu egg shells to create beautiful works of art year round.…

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Emus hatch from eggs. Emu eggs are laid by emus. Which came first is a perplexing question that cannot easily be answered. Whichever it was, we are glad that both emus and emu eggs are part of the U.S. agricultural scene. An emu is a large flightless bird that is native to Australia. They can…

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The winners are in! (July 2011) The 2011 Midwest EGGS’travaganza Emu Egg Art Contest, sponsored by the American Emu Association (AEA), has been held and the top three emu egg “works of art” have been chosen. After several weeks on the AEA Egg Art Contest website, www.AEAEggArtContest.com , and a full day on public display…

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