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Dallas, TX area fine artist specializes in ostrich egg art and custom hand engraving

Monday to Friday 8:00-19:00
Saturday and Sunday 9:00-15:00

Ostrich Egg Art/Sculpture


My ostrich egg sculptures start with the transfer of my vision of the design idea to the surface of the selected egg. This is followed by many hours of layout, drawing, carving, sanding, polishing and the application of a sealer finish. All of these steps result in a unique piece of Fine Art. One of a kind, done by hand, never to be exactly duplicated.  

The carving process is accomplished using a very high-speed carving tool allowing for the finest of detail. 


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    Egg carving starts with the artist drawing his rough design on the surface of the selected egg
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    Then using a high speed dental drill the drawing is etched into the surface of the egg. This eliminates the possibility of the design being smudged or wiped off during the rest of the carving process
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    Deep cuts are made in the egg for areas which will later be cut out and removed. This becomes the ‘negative space’ in the design.
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    These deep cuts are will be made all over the entire egg so each area to be removed will be well defined.
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    The negative space is removed and final detail carving is started on the remaining design elements of the egg.
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    This is followed by hours of detailed relief carving on each and every design element.
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    This is followed by hours of detailed relief carving on each and every design element.
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    Here the large flower on the reverse side of the egg has had the twelve outside peddles removed as negative space.
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    The hours of design, layout, drawing, carving, sanding, polishing and the application of a sealer finish results in a unique piece of Fine Art. A piece of art which is ‘one of a kind’, done by hand, never to be exactly duplicated.
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    The hours of design, layout, drawing, carving, sanding, polishing and the application of a sealer finish results in a unique piece of Fine Art. A piece of art which is ‘one of a kind’, done by hand, never to be exactly duplicated.

Ostrich Egg Art/Sculpture

Ostrich females lay their fertilized eggs in a single communal nest, a simple pit, 12–24 inches deep and 9.8 feet wide, scraped in the ground by the male. Ostrich eggs are the largest of all eggs. 

On average they are 5.9 in. long, 5.1 in. wide, and weigh about 3.1 lbs., over 20 times the weight of a chicken egg. They are glossy cream-colored, with thick shells marked by small pits. Their thickness of approximately 1/8 in. allows for dimensional carving.