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pokerwork

1. the art of decorating wood or leather by burning a design with a heated metal point; pyrography
2. artefacts decorated in this way
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The commemorative pyrography, the art of decorating wood with burn marks and scorch designs, depicts elements of people and local landmarks that reflect the intertwined growth of Crane and St.
For the adults, there's candle-making, too,glass sculpture and pyrography,as well as demonstrations and a great gift shop.
A: You have an example of pyrography, the art of burning designs in wood.
In a new twist on the ancient craft of pyrography - that is, creating pictures by burning marks into wood - he has made a series of laser etchings, including 15 variations on Durer's The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and Goya's Disasters of War, which he has modified digitally before carrying out the etching with amazing precision.
Andrea Bristow, human resources and marketing director said: "We aim to keep GreenWood Forest Park fresh and have recently introduced more craft demonstrations including pyrography and love spoon carving, as well as children's workshops.
These mediums include oil on canvas, water colour, pastels, pyrography, lather work, miniature etc.
uk - for woodturning tools and accessories, veneers and marquetry equipment, mechanical movements for clock makers, pyrography machines and more.
The group participating in the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in Kirklees fashioned plaques using an art of decorating wood, named Pyrography.
These mediums include oil on canvas, water color, pastels, pyrography, lather work, miniature etc.
Lamb and lovespoons to sheepskins boots and pyrography.
Children will be able to have fun with pyrography, woodcraft, survival skills and arts, crafts and kite-making workshops.
OTHER VENUES Cafe@Penny Lane - Tony Burton - oil & water, Silvia Burton - oil & water, Barbara Townsend - embroidery, Lesley Lydall - acrylic, Tony Gee - photographic callilgraphy, Gordon Wood - oil & water, Bary Rigate - oil & water, Anne Summers - pyrography.