Monthly Archives: September 2017

Leather Bookmark Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Sep 29, 2017 | | Say something

LEATHER BOOKMARK PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL wood burning   I have been considering taking up leather working because I think it would be fun to create items that are not only practical but also feature pyrography artwork.  This bookmark met that criteria and, while it isn’t fancy, it was easy to do.  Since it is easy and […more]

Golden Eagle Pyrography Art wood burning

Sep 22, 2017 | | Say something

GOLDEN EAGLE PYROGRAPHY ART wood burning I’m very fortunate in that I have several zoos and wildlife refuges fairly close to me that I can visit to get reference photos for my artwork.  A lot of times I head out with the intent to get photos of a particular animal, but end up with something […more]

Celtic Knot and Rose Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Sep 15, 2017 | | Say something

CELTIC KNOT and ROSE PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL wood burning Todd is building a lap harp and wanted me to burn a Celtic knot design on the side.   I drew up an idea and did a test burn so he could get a better idea of my interpretation of his idea.  This tutorial blog will cover designing […more]

Trout Lake Pyrography Artwork YouTube Video

Sep 12, 2017 | | 2 comments

TROUT LAKE PYROGRAPHY ARTWORK YOUTUBE VIDEO   This is just a quick blog to let you know that my first YouTube video is available for viewing!  The video features the Trout Lake pyrography artwork I did on a cribbage board.  The video is a fast motion viewing of the artwork progression with a the little […more]

Caribbean Carb Pyrography Art wood burning

Sep 8, 2017 | | Say something

CARIBBEAN CRAB PYROGRAPHY ART wood burning A number of years back Todd & I were on a dive vacation in Bonaire.  Todd spotted this colorful crab perched on a ledge overlooking the ocean.  Fortunately he had his camera with him and got a picture before the crab scurried down into the surf.  I loved the […more]

Scrub Jay Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Sep 3, 2017 | | 2 comments

SCRUB JAY PYROGRAPHY TUTORIAL wood burning For many years I’ve been feeding the birds and my flock, so to speak, continues to grow.  Sometimes I’m rather amazed at the number and variety of birds I get such as doves, chickadees, nuthatches, grosbeaks, woodpeckers, and jays to name a few.   Since I’ve started the art of […more]