White Crowned House Sparrow Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create the White Crowned House Sparrow bird pyrography artwork.  The sparrow is the sixth installment in my Backyard Birds tutorial series.   Sparrows are a small bird and pretty common where I live.   Todd took this picture of one perched on my grape arbor and I loved … Continue reading White Crowned House Sparrow Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

The Crow bird Pyrography tutorial wood burning

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create the Crow pyrography artwork.  The crow is the fifth installment of my Backyard Birds tutorial series.  There are a lot of tall fir trees in my neighborhood and one year a pair of crows nested in one of the trees.   The crows became a common … Continue reading The Crow bird Pyrography tutorial wood burning

Purple Iris Flower Pyrography Tutorial wood burning flower

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create the Purple Iris flower, the 5th in my wallflower series.    I love the ruffled petals and the texture the iris has.  Plus the flower makes a striking image against the dark background.  For this project I used two different images to create the layout, so … Continue reading Purple Iris Flower Pyrography Tutorial wood burning flower

Purple House Finch Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create the Purple House Finch pyrography artwork.  The finch is the third installment of my Backyard Birds tutorial series.  This little fella was a bit of a mystery to me as I couldn’t positively identify him.  My friend, Jan, came to the rescue and quickly identified … Continue reading Purple House Finch Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Nuthatch Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

In this tutorial I’m going to explain how to create this Nuthatch pyrography artwork.  The nuthatch is the second installment of my Backyard Birds tutorial series.  This particular nuthatch is a red breasted nuthatch; in case you were wondering.  What I like about the backyard bird series is that the subject matter isn’t overly complex … Continue reading Nuthatch Bird Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

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 pyrography, Todd & I have been … Continue reading Scrub Jay Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

Hawk Owl Pyrography Tutorial wood burning

I love owls.  They are one of my favorite birds and when I was commissioned to create a piece of pyrography art featuring an owl, I was thrilled.  This particular owl was photographed at a zoo near Seattle, Washington.  I later discovered that it was a Eurasian hawk owl; so, not native to the United … Continue reading Hawk Owl Pyrography Tutorial wood burning