Have you looked at artwork and thought......  "wish I could do that.."

or  "I would like to try that..." or  "where can I get that..."?

Well, here's some links to find advice, techniques, the materials and some pictures  that may spark that inspiration (please respect copyright)

PYROGRAPHY- WOODBURNING - WOODWORK - ART - CRAFT - NATURE - BUILDING - COB & TIMBER

 

 

Australian Wood Review

An excerpt from the Australian Wood Review website....

Australian Wood Review is Australia’s leading woodworking magazine.

In every issue:

  • step-by-step projects
  • unbiased tool reviews
  • woodworker profiles
  • special features
  • techniques
  • learn about timbers
  • woodworking competitions

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Ipswich Woodcrafts Club 

Excerpt from the Ipswich Woodcrafts Club Home page...

1.  To promote an interest in the crafts of woodwork and a forum for discussion.

2.  To develop a community interest in the various woodworking trades, especially with young people.

3.  To organize and exhibit the skills of the club members, lending encouragement and guidance.

4.  To foster a conservative attitude in our club and local community regarding the use of our natural resources.

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Excerpt from The Woodburner Home page...

"If you have been looking for a place to learn the art of Pyrography (aka woodburning) without being intimidated, then you have come to the right place!!..."

"This website has been fortunate over the years to have members who are quite accomplished in an assortment of techniques in Pyrography. They provide ample examples from which you can learn..."

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Excerpt from E-Museum Home page...

 "Not intended as a commercial enterprise, The E-Museum is a unique cultural resource designed to bring pyrographic art to artists, specialists, collectors and connoisseurs, and all who appreciate this art.

Find here references and cross-references for works of art in pyrography, pyrographic tools, books on pyrography and related topics, sources for classes and instruction, and networking for pyrographic artists around the world"

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Excerpt from International Association of Pyrographic Artists (IAPA)  Home page...

"It was created to assemble a network of Visual Artists, Wood, and Leather workers. The IAPA network was created for the promotion and development of Pyrography worldwide"

 The image of this pyrograph, (pictured left, is on the IAPA home page), is by IAPA member Daniel Tate, and is entitled The Face of Sudan. 

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Excerpt from The Australian Woodworker Magazine Home page...

"Published bi-monthly, every issue provides you with projects, technical tips, information on new products, shows and exhibitions, book reviews, profiles of woodworkers, an events calendar, as well as local and International news"

"Check out our Back Issue page or search for the article you want..."

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Wimballan is situated in south-east Queensland, AustraliaThe Gypsy Cob horse pictured left is Wimballan Geordie, and is the subject of one of the woodburnings in the 1st Gallery.Horses in general are a marvellous subject to burn, so visit the internet, and choose the breed that captures your imagination!https://www.facebook.com/groups/64300400497/

Note: Please respect copyright 

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Ann Jeffree

 Celebrating the beauty of the natural world 

http://home.alphalink.com.au/~annj/

Wildlife and Pet Portraits - Birds & Wildlife - Freisian Horses & Other Horses - Pets & Livestock - People - Logos & Websites: Victoria, Australia

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Whimsical Wood 

by David Stanley 

Excerpt from the Whimsical Wood Home page...

Whimsical Wood is a site made for browsing, for picking up and putting back down, a place to get ideas and inspiration, to be helped in your own creative work and to find things of interest. It is a site (I hope) in which you can learn useful techniques and processes or perhaps improve or correct my methods of work. My blog documents my ongoing projects in a step by step fashion where my techniques processes and work space are shown on a more regular basis.               www.whimsicalwood.com

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Excerpt from Earthen Ripples Facebook Page:

By sharing knowledge of natural building, we aspire to create a world in which we live in harmony with Mother Nature.

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