Caroline Södergren makes her art on a particular medium: empty chicken, turkey, goose, and ostrich eggs. All of her works are handmade using the batik technique, where the design is drawn on the eggs with hot beeswax, then dyed in several layers of color. The wax is then melted off to reveal the design. It was in 2016 that the artist discovered this art form. She now has her studio at the Gustavsberg Studio Association, G-Studion, since 1993 and lives in Södermalm in central Stockholm. Her art is represented in the National Museum and the Swedish Museum of Glass.

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