Happy Easter 2015 everyone!

Here is my painting called “Pâques Oeuf Papillion”, which was painted with the famous Fabergé eggs in mind. The egg in this painting is only visible, because the butterflies have sprinkled it with glistening dust. I liked the idea of the egg being invisible, as it reminds of the true meaning behind Easter, which is love!

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