Dragonfly on Wood Panel Canvas Pyrography Art wood burning

Todd & I were in Spokane for a little vacation and during one of our many walks around the riverfront park we spotted this large dragonfly sunning himself.  Fortunately we had a camera with us, so Todd was able to get a great photo of him.  The photo, combined with a wood panel ‘canvas’ I … Continue reading Dragonfly on Wood Panel Canvas Pyrography Art wood burning

Mandala II Pyrography Tutorial Wood Burning

MANDALA II  PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL Wood Burning A while back I created my first ever mandala, the Mandala Flower, and it was a lot of fun.  I just love how you can put so many different textures and pattern designs together in one piece of artwork and it still looks good.  Since I had so much … Continue reading Mandala II Pyrography Tutorial Wood Burning

How to use the Pyrography Shading Pen Tip Tutorial wood burning

  The shading pen tip is my workhorse in pyrography.  Other than the gingerbread house tutorial, all of my projects so far have relied heavily on the shading tip.  Just guessing I would estimate I use it at least 95% of the time if not more.  As I’ve mentioned before, I have a Colwood burner … Continue reading How to use the Pyrography Shading Pen Tip Tutorial wood burning

Cedar Creek Gristmill Pyrography Art wood burning

CEDAR CREEK GRISTMILL PYROGRAPHY ART One day I decided that I wanted to create art featuring a covered bridge, so Todd and I drove to a nearby bridge to get some reference photos.  It was a rainy nasty day (typical for Washington), but we were armed with coats and brought umbrellas to shelter the camera.  … Continue reading Cedar Creek Gristmill Pyrography Art wood burning