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Brian Baity – A Higher Form of Egg Art

Egg Art Sculpture’s from Brian Baity

From Brian’s Web site:

Ostrich Egg Carving by Brian Baity“I began carving in 2005 when I purchased a high speed carving tool from Profitable Hobbies. This is not to say that I found art at that time. I have dabbled in drawing and painting since I was old enough to pick up a pencil or brush. While enlisted in the US Air Force, stationed in Valdosta, Georgia.  I attended a few freshman art classes and found a love for sculpture. After leaving Georgia that interest waned, as other interests seemed more important.

I have returned to using my hands to create and am finding life much more fulfilling.”

In 2009 – Brian was honored with a Best of State Award for my contributions to art in Utah.

See more at Brian Baity’s New Web Site - www.brianbaity.com.



See Brian’s Egg Art Sculptures by playing the video below:


Thanks to Brian Baity for sharing with our network of artists.

We have big plans for Brian in the near future so watch for more from Brian Baity!

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    7 Responses to Brian Baity – A Higher Form of Egg Art

    1. Debbie Cornman May 1, 2010 at 6:00 pm #

      Brian, Your eggs are out of the world. Great work! Deb

    2. Nanette Bartet May 1, 2010 at 6:46 pm #

      Brian, I really enjoyed the your display. Fantastic job. I will definitely visit
      your site often to see what’s new.

    3. Carol McKenzie May 1, 2010 at 8:06 pm #

      Beautiful work!! Some impressive designs and fine technique. I especially like the gourd carving. Leaves always intrigue me and these bowls are just what I would like to do. I’ve been working with gourds for years, but haven’t done much carving. You’ve inspired me to try. Thanks.

    4. Marsha Okerlund May 9, 2010 at 11:39 am #

      Wonderful! This is so great that we all can see when we are doing with just an EGG! Very GOOD!

    5. Carole Edwards May 24, 2010 at 4:57 pm #

      I never stop being amazed and delighted with your ability to come up with something new. Your attention to detail comes out in the precise lines of
      your graphic designs. You have to have a very light delicate touch to create
      such velvety soft flowers in the emu eggs. It’s just breath taking!

    6. Mrs. Doug Jones June 12, 2011 at 2:13 pm #

      They are just amazing! So beautiful. Where can they be purchased?

    7. admin June 13, 2011 at 11:54 am #

      You may contact Brian through his website at http://www.brianbaity.com/.